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Date Thurs., Aug. 9 Thurs., Aug. 17 Sun., Aug. 19 Fri., Aug. 24 Thurs., Aug. 30 Tues., Sept. 4 Fri., Sept. 7 Sun., Sept. 9 Fri., Sept. 14 Fri., Sept. 21 Sun., Sept. 23 Fri., Sept. 28 Sun., Sept. 30 Fri., Oct. 5 Sun., Oct. 7 Fri., Oct. 12 Sun., Oct. 14 Fri., Oct. 19 Sun., Oct. 21 Fri., Oct. 26 Tues., Oct. 30-Nov. 3

Opponent

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at Central Florida at South Dakota Utah Valley Northern Iowa at Idaho State at Northern Colorado Montana Iowa atSouthern Utah at San Diego State* atNew Mexico* atUtah State* at Boise State* Colorado College* Air Force* at Fresno State* at San Jose State* Nevada* UNLV* Colorado State* MW Championship

Orlando, Fla. Vermillion, S.D. Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Pocatello, Idaho Greeley, Colo. Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Cedar City, Utah San Diego, Calif. Albuquerque, N.M. Logan, Utah Boise, Idaho Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Fresno, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. Laramie, Wyo. San Jose, Calif.

5 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA

All times listed are Mountain Time All matches and times are Subject to Change

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Media Information Table of Contents 2018 Wyoming Soccer Schedule ................

Inside Front Cover

Media Information .....................................

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2018 Roster.................................................

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2018 Roster Breakdown .............................

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2018 Season Outlook ..................................

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Wyoming Coaching Staff ............................

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Support Staff...............................................

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Cowgirl Profiles ..........................................

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2017 Season Statistics ................................

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Wyoming Soccer Records...........................

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Conference Honors & Awards ....................

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Season-by-Season Results..........................

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All-Time Series Records .............................

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All-Time Series Breakdown........................

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Cowgirl Letterwinners ................................

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Wyoming Soccer Facilities .........................

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Media Information The University of Wyoming Athletics Media Relations Office is always available to assist any media needs, contact Amy Dambro at (307) 760-1736, office at (307) 766-2269 or via e-mail at montross@uwyo.edu All interview requests for Pete Cuadrado or any student-athletes should be arranged through the Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. Student-athletes are available as their class schedules, practices and team meetings permit and are not available until post-game on game days.

Phone Numbers Dambro Cell Phone Office Phone UW Soccer Office UW Athletics Department Media and Public Relations Fax Soccer Stadium Press Box Athletics-Academic Counseling

307-760-1736 307-766-2269 307-766-5508 307-766-2292 307-766-2346 307-766-5987 307-766-5385

Credits The 2018 soccer media guide was produced by the University of Wyoming Athletics Media and Public Relations Office. Photos are courtesy of UW Photo Service, NCAA Photos. The cover was designed by UW marketing. This guide was written, designed and edited by the University of Wyoming Media and Public Relations Office.

Front Cover Photos Pictured on the cover are Taylor Burton, Jessie Gentle, Alyssa Murray, Annika Clayton, Morgan McDougal, Brittney Stark, Cristina Salazar

Official UW Athletics Website www.gowyo.com

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UW Soccer Quick Facts

Location: Laramie, Wyoming Founded: 1886 Enrollment: 12,397 Conference: Mountain West Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Brown and Gold Home Field: Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex Capacity: 1,500 President: Dr. Laurie Nichols Athletics Director: Tom Burman (Wyoming, ‘88) Head Coach: Pete Cuadrado (TCU, ‘00) Record At Wyoming: 54-51-15, (.513) Six Years Career Record: 147-113-33 (.558), 15 Years Assoc. Head Coach: Bob Casper (Wisc.-Platteville, ‘03) Assistant Coach: Matt Callaway (Lyon College, ‘10) Asst. Director of Operations: Justine Tydings (Eastern New Mexico, ‘11) 2017 Record: 8-9-2 (.474) 2017 Conference Record (Finish): 4-6-1 (.409)/9th Program All-Time Record: 162-242-43 (.407) 23 years Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Newcomers: 12 Athletic Trainer: Rachel Leahy Soccer Contact: Amy Dambro Soccer Contact Email: montross@uwyo.edu Soccer Contact Cell: 307-760-1736

2017 Season Results

(8-9-2 Overall, 4-6-1 MW/9th) Date Opponent Fri., Aug. 20 @Baylor Fri., Aug. 25 Southern Utah Sun., Aug. 27 @Kentucky Fri., Sept. 1 UTEP Sun., Sept. 3 McNeese State Fri., Sept. 8 @Utah Valley Sun., Sept. 10 Northern Colorado Thurs., Sept. 14 Idaho State Fri., Sept. 22 @Colorado College* Sun., Sept. 24 @Air Force* Fri., Sept. 29 Fresno State* Sun., Oct. 1 San Jose State* Fri., Oct. 6 @Nevada* Sun., Oct. 8 @UNLV* Fri., Oct. 13 Utah State* Sun., Oct. 15 Boise State* Fri., Oct. 20 @San Diego State* Sun, Oct. 22 New Mexico Lobos* Fri., Oct. 27 @Colorado State*

Results L 1-2 (OT)

W 3-1 L 1-2 (2OT)

W 3-1 T 0-0 (2OT)

L 1-2 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 (OT) T 0-0 (2OT)

W 1-0 W 4-2 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 2-3 W 3-2

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2018 Roster # 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Name Riley Furbush Alex Daws Cristina Salazar Jamie Tatum Sekoya Romero Summer Taube Taylor Burton Jessie Gentle Adalyn Vergara Talia Sclafani Alyssa Murray Kennedy Schomer Caitlin Pickett Molly Kuhbacher Indianna Asimus Annika Clayton Elle Webber Grace Collins Morgan McDougal Carlee Martin Savannah Warner Remi Clarke Madison Barrick Kendall Bowdish Brittney Stark Michaela Stark Amber Vokoun Charlotte Hume Hannah Lee

Position GK GK GK MF F MF D F/D D/MF MF D F F F F MF D D MF D/MF D MF D F F F F MF/F GK

Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Asst. Director of Operations:

Year RFR FR JR FR FR JR SR SR FR JR SR FR FR SO FR SR SO SO SR SO FR FR SO FR SR JR FR RJR FR

Exp. RS HS 2L HS HS 2L 3L 3L HS 1L 3L HS HS 1L HS 3L 1L 1L 1L 1L HS HS 1L HS 1L 2L HS 1L HS

Hometown (Previous School) Colorado Springs, CO (Doherty HS) Highlands Ranch, CO (Valor Christian HS) Centennial, CO (Grandview HS) Highlands Ranch, CO (Rock Canyon HS) Laramie, WY (Laramie, HS) Las Vegas, NV (Silverado HS) Centennial, CO (Cherokee Trail HS) Woolgoolga, New South Wales (Woolgoolga HS) Greeley, CO (Windsor HS) Henderson, NV (College of Southern Nevada) Bonney Lake, WA (Sumner HS) Gillette, WY (Campbell County HS) Ocean Grove, Victoria (Sacred Heart College) Gillette. WY (Campbell County HS) Teralba, New South Wales (Hunter Sports HS) Sydney, New South Wales (Pymble Ladies College) Brighton, CO (Broomfield HS) Littleton, CO (Valor Christian HS) Highlands Ranch, CO (Oklahoma State University) Calgary, Alberta (Bishop Carroll HS) Ft. Collins, CO (Rocky Mountain HS) Loveland, CO (Fossil Ridge HS) Granite Canyon, WY (Laramie HS) Cypress, CA (Cypress HS) Broomfield, CO (University of Colorado) Broomfield, CO (Broomfield HS) Henderson, NV (Foothill HS) Parker, CO (Chaparral HS) Las Vegas, NV (Bishop Gorman HS)

Pete Cuadrado (TCU, ’00), Seventh Year Bob Casper (Wis.-Platteville, ’03), Sixth Year Matt Callaway (Lyon College, ’10), Third Year Justine Tydings (Eastern New Mexico, ’11), Fourth Year

Starters Returning: 6

Letterwinners Lost: 7

D - Burton (19 gp/19 gs, 3 g, 0 asst., 6 pts., 18 shots, 12 sog, 1,742 minutes) F/D - Gentle (18 gp/5 gs, 0 g, 2 asst., 2 pts., 3 shots, 1 sog, 1,038 minutes) MF - McDougal (19 gp/12 gs, 1 g, 1 asst., 3 pts., 11 shots, 6 sog, 1,122 minutes) D - Murray (19 gp/17 gs, 1 g, 1 asst., 3 pts., 10 shots, 5 sog, 1,508 minutes) F - Brittney Stark (19 gp/13 gs, 8 g, 2 asst., 18 pts., 39 shots, 22 sog, 1,144 minutes) F - Michaela Stark (16 gp/15 gs, 2 g, 1 asst., 5 pts., 14 shots, 9 sog, 1,021 minutes)

MF - Bass (19 gp/19 gs, 6 g, 3 asst., 15 pts., 38 shots, 24 sog, 1,501 min.) MF - Halle (19 gp/16 gs, 2 g, 0 asst., 4 pts., 12 shots, 7 sog, 1,285 min.) F - House (19 gp/11 gs, 2 g, 2 asst., 6 pts., 18 shots, 10 sog, 946 min.) MF - Mooney (16 gp/13 gs, 1 g, 1 asst., 3 pts., 10 shots, 6 sog, 1,048 min.) D - Parker (19 gp/18 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts., 2 shots, 0 sog, 1,559 min.) GK - Rowntree (19 gp/19 gs,25 ga, 1.32 ga avg., 79 saves, 1,708 min.) F - Tyrrell (19 gp/19 gs, 0 g, 4 asst., 4 pts., 12 shots, 10 sog, 1,494 min.)

Starters Lost: 5 MF - Bass (19 gp/19 gs, 6 g, 3 asst., 15 pts., 38 shots, 24 sog, 1,501 minutes) MF - Halle (19 gp/16 gs, 2 g, 0 asst., 4 pts., 12 shots, 7 sog, 1,285 minutes) D - Parker (19 gp/18 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts., 2 shots, 0 sog, 1,559 minutes) GK - Rowntree (19 gp/19 gs,25 ga, 1.32 ga avg., 79 saves, 1,708 minutes) F - Tyrrell (19 gp/19 gs, 0 g, 4 asst., 4 pts., 12 shots, 10 sog, 1,494 minutes)

Letterwinners Returning: 16 (including 6 starters) D - Barrick (19 gp/2 gs, 1 g, 1 asst., 3 pts, 5 shots, 2 sog, 489 minutes) M - Clayton (12 gp/6 gs, 1 g, 0 asst., 2 pts., 8 shots, 1 sog, 538 minutes) D - Collins (8 gp/0 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts, 0 shots, 0 sog, 85 minutes) MF/F - Hume (Redshirted) F - Kuhbacher (3 gp/0 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts., 0 shots, 0 sog, 26 minutes) D/MF - Martin (7 gp/0 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts, 0 shots, 0 sog, 98 minutes) GK - Salazar (3 gp/0 gs, 2 ga, 2.51 ga avg., 3 saves, 72 minutes) MF - Sclafani (3 gp/0 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts., 0 sog, 45 minutes) M - Taube (19 gp/4 gs, 1 g, 2 asst., 4 pts, 15 shots, 9 sog, 889 minutes) D - Webber (9 gp/0 gs, 0 g, 0 asst., 0 pts, 1 shot, 0 sog, 202 minutes)

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Pronunciation Guide Indianna Asimus Indiana Aus Mus Kendall Bowdish Bow (like take a bow) Dish Madison Barrick BEAR-ick Pete Cuadrado Qua DRAWD O Riley Furbush Fur Bish Molly Kuhbacher KOO-bock-er Morgan McDougal Mick Dew gull Sekoya Romero Se coy uh Talia Sclafani TAL (like pal)-ee-uh Scla-FAWN-ee Kennedy Schomer Show mer Summer Taube TAO (like how)-bay Adalyn Vergara Ad uh lynn Ver gar uh Amber Vokoun Vo Coon

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2018 Roster Breakdown By State/Country Australia (4) Indianna Asumius ......... Annika Clayton .............. Jessie Gentle ................ Caitlin Pickett ................

Teralba Sydney Woolgoolga Ocean Grove

Canada (1) Carlee Martin ................

Calgary

Brittney Stark ................ Michaela Stark .............. Jamie Tatum ................. Adalyn Vergara ............. Savannah Warner ......... Elle Webber ................... Nevada (4) Hannah Lee .................. Talia Sclafani ................. Summer Taube .............. Amber Vokoun ..............

California (1) Kendall Bowdish ...........

Cypress

Colorado (14) Taylor Burton ................. Remi Clarke .................. Grace Collins ................. Alex Daws...................... Riley Furbush ................ Charlotte Hume ............ Morgan McDougal ......... Cristina Salazar .............

Centennial Loveland Littleton Highlands Ranch Colorado Springs Parker Highlands Ranch Centennial

Broomfield Broomfield

Distance Traveled (miles) Asimus ... 8,281

Highlands Ranch

Greeley Fort Collins Brighton

Barrick ... 35 Bowdish ... 1,060 Burton ... 143

Las Vegas Henderson Las Vegas Henderson

Clarke ... 78 Clayton ... 8,348 Collins ... 140

Washington (1) Alyssa Murray ............... Wyoming (4) Madison Barrick ............ Molly Kuhbacher ............ Sekoya Romero ............ Kennedy Schomer ........

Bonney Lake

Daws ... 157 Furbush ... 212

Granite Canyon Gillette Laramie Gillette

Gentle ... 8,094 Hume ... 156 Kuhbacher ... 252 Lee ... 818

By Position Goalkeepers (4) Alex Daws...................... Riley Furbush ................ Hannah Lee .................. Cristina Salazar ............. Defenders (8) Madison Barrick ............ Taylor Burton ............... . Grace Collins ................ Carlee Martin ................ Alyssa Murray ............... Adalyn Vergara ............. Savannah Warner .......... Elle Webber ...................

Freshman R-Freshman Freshman Junior Sophomore Senior Sophomoe Sophomore Senior Freshman Freshman Sophomore

Martin ... 960

Forwards (10) Indianna Asimus ........... Kendall Bowdish ............ Jessie Gentle ................ Molly Kubacher ............. Caitlin Pickett ................ Kennedy Schomer ........ Sekoya Romero ............ Brittney Stark ................ Michaela Stark .............. Amber Vokoun ..............

Freshman Freshman Senior Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Senior Junior Freshman

Midfielders (7) Remi Clarke .................. Annika Clayton .............. Charlotte Hume ............ Morgan McDougal ......... Talia Sclafani ................. Jamie Tatum ................. Summer Taube ..............

Freshman Senior R-Junior Senior Junior Freshman Junior

D M F/D MF D F

Juniors (5) Charlotte Hume ............. Cristina Salazar ............. Talia Sclafani ................ Michaela Stark ............. . Summer Taube ..............

MF GK MF F MF

Sohomores (5) Madison Barrick ............. Grace Collins .................

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Molly Kuhbacher ............ Carlee Martin ...... ......... Elle Webber ...................

D MF D

Freshmen (13) Indianna Asimus ........... Kendall Bowdish ........... Remi Clarke .................. Alex Daws ..................... Riley Furbush (RS) ........ Hannah Lee ................... Caitlin Pickett ...... .......... Sekoya Romero ............. Kennedy Schomer ........ Jamie Tatum ...... ........... Adalyn Vergara ............. Savannah Warner ......... Amber Vokoun ..............

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Murray ... 1,200 Pickett ... 8,807 Romero ... 5 Salazar ...143 Schomer ... 252 Sclafani ... 818 B. Stark ... 134 M. Stark ... 134 Tatum ... 157 Taube ... 785 Vergara ... 76

By Class Seniors (6) Taylor Burton ................. Annika Clayton .............. Jessie Gentle ................ Morgan McDougal ......... Alyssa Murray .............. . Brittney Stark ................

McDougal ... 157

Vokoun ... 785 Warner ... 66 Webber ... 122

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2018 Season Outlook Head coach Pete Cuadrado enters his seventh season at the helm of the Cowgirl soccer program in 2018. He and the Cowgirl team are looking forward to what the upcoming season can bring. “This fall we have added some much needed depth at every position, which also creates a quality training environment where players will compete for a position,” Cuadrado said. “ Additionally, the added depth will help us preserve our fitness late into the season as we look to push for a conference tournament bid. The seniors have been motivated to make changes and improve throughout the off-season, and this will help set the tone for the entire group heading into our preseason trainings.” Wyoming returns six starters and 16 letterwinners from last season’s squad that went 8-9-2 overall and 4-6-1 in the Mountain West. In all, the squad consists of six seniors, five juniors and sophomore and 13 freshmen. Several individuals will be looked upon to contribute during the 2018 campaign, including the six returning starters. Senior Brittney Stark, who was named to the All-Newcomer Team completed her junior campaign with a team-high eight goals, 18 points and three game winning goals. Fellow senior Taylor Burton recorded three goals and had two game winning goals, while senior Morgan McDougal finished with one goal and one assist in her first season with the program. Junior Michaela Stark added two goals and one assist followed by senior Jessie Gentle with two assists and three shots. “Leadership will come from our senior core, as they have also been a group who has experienced much of our previous success as well. They embrace the challenges ahead of them, and genuinely want to compete with the best. Also, our senior class has players on almost every line of our team, so they will be very influential out on the field. “The seniors will need to both show how to fulfill expectations, and guide them in other ways off the field too. We break down into smaller groups at training, so this will be a great time for coaches and returners to really explain the ins and outs of what we are trying to accomplish.” Senior forward Brittney Stark There will also bew a learning curve with the number of incoming freshmen, but Cuadrado feels its an experienced group. “The incoming group has a great resume overall, but at the end of the day they must show up to each training or game with the mindset to do their best. If they do this, then they will have a great impact on the team and our results. Each year the Mountain West has a quality All Newcomer team at the end of the season, and we have been well represented on the list. This group can provide much of the same type of quality impact as years past.” The Cowgirls will play one exhibition match before the official start of the season, traveling to Orlando, Fla., to take on the Central Florida Knights. Wyoming will then open the 2018 season with a road matchup against South Dakota on Aug. 16. The Thursday night contest will be the first meeting with the Coyotes since a 2016 preseason match that the Cowgirls won, 1-0. Utah Valley will then come to Laramie on Aug. 19 for UW’s first home game of the season. The Cowgirls carry the longest non-conference home unbeaten streak among D-I programs into this season, holding an 11-0-2 record dating back to the 2013 season. Wyoming then faces off with Northern Iowa on Aug. 24 for the first time in more than 15 years. The Cowgirls won the only previous contest against the Panthers, 3-0, at home in 2002. UW will then take a road trip to Pocatello, Idaho, to clash with familiar foe Idaho State on Aug. 30. Wyoming has competed against the Bengals each of the last five seasons, and won the last three meetings by a combined score of 8-0. Two more regional rivals follow, with a road contest against Northern Colorado on Sept. 4 before a match against Montana at home on Sept. 7. The Cowgirls will conclude Senior midfielder Annika Clayton their non-conference slate on the road at Southern Utah on Sept. 14. “It will be a series of very close games that will represent our Mountain West opponents. Last fall we had 5 non-conference games that were a single goal margin or tied, and in Mountain west play we had 8 games follow suit. So, with a very similar schedule in opponents we will be well prepared for the competitive play within conference. We’ve challenged ourselves in both type of opponent and type of travel, which again will be important elements to deal with in conference. Overall, if our team stays focused on the next game in front of them, we will be well prepared for a late season push.” Wyoming will face all 11 other Mountain West teams during the regular season, starting with a challenging four-game road trip to open conference play. The Cowgirls will be back at home to place Colorado College on Oct. 5 and Air Force on Oct. 7. Another road trip will end with a clash with San Jose State on Oct. 14. Wyoming was the only MW team to defeat the Spartans last season. UW will wrap up the regular season with a three-game homestand beginning on Oct. 19 against Nevada. On Oct. 21, the Cowgirls will welcome UNLV to the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex. The annual Border War will once again conclude the 2018 campaign on Oct. 26. All regular season games will be played on Fridays and Sundays, except for the nonSenior defender Taylor Burton conference road contests against South Dakota and Idaho State which are scheduled for Thursdays. The Mountain West Tournament will run from Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 in San Jose, Calif., hosted by 2017 regular-season champion San Jose State.

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P E T E C UA D R A D O (TCU, ‘00) Cowgirl Soccer Head Coach Pete Cuadrado enters his seventh season at the helm of the Wyoming Cowgirl soccer program. He was hired hire ire ed on on January 17, 2012 and became the fourth head coach in school history. While in Laramie, he has compiled a 54-51-15 overall record and 29-26-6 Mountain West mark. Nine Cowgirls garnered postseason honors including three First Team All-MW, two Second Team and Honorable Mention All-MW honorees, two MW All-Newcomer selections, two Third All-Pacific Region and two Capitol One Academic All-District VII First Team selections. During the 2017 campaign, UW posted an overall mark of 8-9-1 and a 4-6-1 record in the Mountain West. Redshirt junior Brittney Stark was selected to the All-Newcomer Team. The Cowgirls made history in 2016, posting their third-straight season with at least 10 wins for the first time in program history. Wyoming finished the season 10-8-2 and earned its fourth-consecutive Mountain West playoff berth, one of only two schools in the conference to do so. Cuadrado led the Cowgirls to a 10-6-4 overall record in 2015 and 6-4-1 record in the league. In 2014, he posted an 11-9-1 overall record. During the 2014 season, Cuadrado received MW Coach of the Year accolades by leading the Cowgirls to an 8-3 mark in league play and a second-place finish. He also coached Wyoming to a perfect 6-0-0 record at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex for the first undefeated home record in program history. He helped lead UW to 37 goals, the most in UW single-season history. Cuadrado led the Cowgirls to its second MW championship game after an overtime victory over New Mexico in the semifinals to tie UW’s best season finish since 2011. Along with his Coach of the Year honor, the Cowgirls boasted Freshman Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year, a First Team All-MW and a Second Team All-MW selections. Other postseason individual honors were awarded such as Capital One Academic All-District VII First Team, a TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 Freshman, NSCAA Scholar All-West Region and All-Pacific Region Second Team honoree. Among his accomplishments during his second year at UW were leading the program to 31 goals, the most at the time in UW regular season history. Cuadrado led Wyoming to a 2-1 victory over San Diego State, which was SDSU’s first Mountain West regular-season loss since 2011. The Cowgirls also advanced to the quarterfinals of the Mountain West tournament for the second time in program history and earned Wyoming’s first postseason win since 2011 after defeating UNLV 4-2 in penalty kicks during the first round. Valparaiso (2000) During his first season in 2012, the Cowgirls scored 30 goals on the year and notched six goals in a match *1st Assistant against Montana State-Billings, third-most in UW single match history in 2012. He also coached three first team All-MW selections in his first two seasons with Wyoming. Off the field the Cowgirls continued to make tremendous 2000: 8-9-1 (.472) progress academically. The 2013 season saw 13 Cowgirls earn Academic All-Mountain West, as 12 were named Illinois State (2001-02) during Cuadrado’s first season in 2012. *1st Assistant Cuadrado joined the Cowgirl program after spending nine seasons as the head coach at North Dakota 2001: 13-5-0 (.722) State University where he compiled a 93-62-18 record. During the 2011 season at NDSU, Cuadrado led the Bison 2002: 12-5-2 (.684) to a school-record win total of 15. On their way to a 15-4-2 record, the Bison recorded 11 shutouts and posted North Dakota St. (2003-11) a 7-1-1 mark in Summit League play. The Bison advanced to their third-straight Summit League tournament, * Head coach advancing to the title game before falling to Oakland. He had two players earn postseason honors with one First 2003: 11-3-2 (.750) Team All-Summit league and Defensive Player of the Year. He also coached the first player in NDSU history to a CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team honor. 2004: 5-11-1 (.324) The 2010 season was a historic season for NDSU and Cuadrado, earning the program’s first Summit 2005: 11-5-1 (.676) League tournament title and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. After 2006: 13-7-1 (.643) winning their Summit League semifinal game in penalty kicks, the Bison downed Western Illinois, 3-1, in the 2007: 11-7-1 (.605) league title game. The victory earned NDSU a berth in the NCAA tournament against No. 9 Texas A&M. The 2008: 5-12-2 (.289) Bison tied the Aggies, 1-1, before falling in penalty kicks. Cuadrado had two players selected to the All-Summit 2009: 10-8-2 (.550) League First Team. NDSU finished the season 12-5-6 and 6-2-1 in the Summit League. 2010: 12-5-6 (.652) Cuadrado led his 2009 Bison team to a 10-8-2 record and a 7-2 record in conference play. The 7-2 2011: 15-4-2 (.762) conference mark gave the Bison their first-ever league title, sharing the title with IUPUI and South Dakota State. The Bison’s first league title also earned them their first-ever Summit League Tournament bid. They finished the Wyoming (2012-present) season leading the conference in goals, assists and points. Two Bison players also earned NDSU’s first Summit * Head coach League First Team All-Conference honors since joining the league in 2007. 2012: 8-8-2 (.500) During the 2008 season, his Bison struggled with injuries and went 5-8-1, but he became the winningest 2013: 7-11-4 (.409) coach in NDSU history. In 2007, the Bison ended the season 11-7-1, finishing their first season in the Summit 2014: 11-9-1 (.548) League with a 3-4-1 record. 2015: 10-6-4 (.600) Playing their final season in the United Soccer Conference in 2006, Cuadrado and the Bison posted a 132016: 10-8-2 (.550) 7-1 record and finished runner-up in the USC Tournament. In their second season as an NCAA Division I school 2017: 8-9-2 (.474) in 2005, the Bison won 11 games (11-5-3) with 10 shutout victories. For his role leading the Bison to an 11-win season, he earned Division I Independent Coach of the Year honors. His first season at NDSU, Cuadrado guided the Bison to an 11-3-2 record which was a .750 winning percentage and the second highest in the history of Bison soccer. Cuadrado was named head coach of the NDSU program in March 2003, after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at Illinois State University in Normal, Ill. Prior to ISU, he spent the 2000 soccer season as an assistant at Valparaiso University, in Valparaiso, Ind., while earning his master’s in athletic administration. He completed his master’s in May 2002. Throughout his time coaching he has been active in the Olympic Development Program (ODP). Cuadrado also has his USSF National “B” Coaching License, National Goalkeeping License and National Youth License. Cuadrado played college soccer at Northeastern Illinois University for two seasons before transferring to TCU. He was a member of the Horned Frogs soccer program and earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing in 2000.

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BOB CASPER (Wisc.-Platteville, ‘03) Cowgirl Soccer Associate Head Coach Bob Casper enters his sixth season on the Cowgirl soccer coaching hing staff staf afff and and third as associate head coach after joining in June of 2013. He came to UW from Ottawa University (Ottawa, Kan.), where he served for six years as the men’s soccer head coach. His primary duties include on field team training, recruiting and various administrative responsibilities for the program. In his six seasons at OU, Casper coached 30 All-KCAC selections, 12 KCAC Scholar Athletes, one KCAC Goalkeeper of the Year, one KCAC Freshman of the Year, one Region IV selection and three Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes. In 2012, the Braves finished in the top half of the KCAC, finishing with an overall record of 12-6-1 and a conference record of 7-2-0. OU had six players named to the All-KCAC teams with Drinnan Sante earning the program’s first KCAC Goalkeeper of the Year honor. The Braves finished the season ranked 30th in the NAIA in total shutouts (6), 33rd in total saves (115), 40th in shutouts per game (0.3), and 46th in saves per game (5.7). At Ottawa, he compiled a 50-56-7 overall record and 26-16-3 record in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Prior to Ottawa, Casper spent one year at Barton County Community College where he coached the women’s team to a fifth-place finish in the Jayhawk Conference. Before coaching at BCCC he was an assistant at Bemidji State, a NCAA Division II program in Minnesota. The year before Casper’s arrival at Bemidji State, the team had a 5-13-1 overall record, but in his first season he helped BSU to a 10-10 record and fourth-place finish in the conference tournament. In his second season at BSU, the team finished 12-4-7 overall and placed second in the NSIC. Casper earned a bachelor of science in social sciences with an emphasis in history from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in 2003 and a master’s degree in sports studies from Bemidji State in 2012. Casper was a four-year soccer letterwinner at UW-P and was involved in the Pioneer Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (PSAAC). He has an NSCAA Regional Diploma/NSCAA State Goalkeeping Diploma (Level I), an NSCAA Advance National Diploma, NSCAA Premier Diploma and a USSF “D” License. His wife, Kerry, coached softball at BSU from 2005-06, Ottawa from 2007-08 and Maple Woods Community College from 2010-11. Most recently, she served as an enrollment advisor at Ottawa from 201113.

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MAT T C A L L AWAY (Lyon College, ‘10) Cowgirl Soccer Assistant Coach Matt Callaway enters his third season on the Wyoming soccer staff ff as an assistant coach primarily in charge of goalkeeping. In Callaway’s first year at UW, the Cowgirls tied the program record for most shutouts in a season with eight clean sheets. He came to Laramie after being an assistant coach at the University of Sioux Falls. Before joining the USF staff in 2015, he was an assistant coach at East Texas Baptist University for the men’s and women’s soccer teams. In 2013, he served as an assistant and youth coach for the Andromeda Soccer Club and the volunteer assistant men’s soccer coach at the University of Dallas. During that time, Callaway was also a staff coach for the North Texas Olympic Development Program. In 2012, he became the men’s and women’s assistant soccer coach at Ottawa (Kan.) University, after being a graduate assistant coach for two years. During his time there, he helped both teams to winning records. The men’s team compiled a 28-25-4 overall record, including a 19-6-2 conference mark, while the women notched a 13-6-0 overall record and going 7-2-0 in conference play. He also assisted the Kansas Rush soccer club as the Director of Goalkeeping. Callaway has been a staff member at the No. 1 Goalkeeper Camp since 2012. From 2011-13, he was a US Youth Soccer Region II goalkeeper staff member. While a graduate assistant for Ottawa, he worked as an assistant girls’ soccer coach at Lawrence High School in Lawrence, Kan. There, he served as staff coach as well as being goalkeeper staff for the Kansas Olympic Development Program. Callaway, a native of Seagoville, Texas, was a four-year starter as a goalkeeper at Lyon College in Batesville, Ark. from 2006-10. He earned all-league honors twice for the Scots. Callaway, who holds a USSF `B’ license, earned his bachelor’s degree in math and French in 2010, before earning his MBA at Ottawa University in 2012.

JUSTINE T YDINGS (Eastern New Mexico, ‘11) Cowgirl Soccer Asst. Director of Development Justine Tydings enters her fourth season with the Cowgirls after joining the University Unive ve ers rsit sitityy of Wyoming women’s soccer program as an assistant director of player development in the summer of 2015. Tydings came to UW after serving as an assistant coach at Missouri Western State in St. Joseph, Mo. Prior to that, she was an assistant coach at Western State Colorado, as well as two years being assistant coaches at the high school level with a year in Lubbock, Texas, and the other in Portales, N.M. At Missouri Western State, Tydings was an assistant coach working with goalkeepers and focused in recruiting and travel coordination. She helped coach the team to the best season in program history with a record of 9-9-1, with the Griffon’s first appearance at the MIAA tournament. Tydings also was an assistant coach at Western State Colorado assisting with daily player development, recruiting and the lead goalkeeper coach. Tydings helped start the inaugural season of NCAA women’s soccer for Western State Colorado and assisted in recruiting 28 student-athletes to compete at the Division II level. She earned her master’s of applied sciences in sports and fitness management at Missouri Western State. Tydings was a four-year starter at Eastern New Mexico as a key defender. She was a three-time Lone Star Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week in 2011, as well as the Eastern New Mexico Academic Athlete of the Year. Additionally, she was team captain in 2009-10 and on the Lone Star Conference Commissioners Honor Roll all four years.

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RACHEL LEAHY Assistant Athletic Trainer Rachel Leahy joined the University of Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer Program m in n o years yearrs June 2018 as an Assistant Athletic Trainer after working the previous two as a graduate assistant athletic trainer. She earned her masters of science in health services administration from the University of Wyoming in the Summer of 2018, after previously graduating with a bachelor’s of science in athletic training from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. During her time at Quinnipiac, Rachel was also a four-year letter winner on the Women’s Acrobatics and Tumbling team. She is originally from Poughkeepsie, NY.

PAT SHELBY Assistant Sports Perfomance Coach Shelby joined the University of Wyoming staff in June of 2015 as a graduate assistant ssist sttan stan ant Sport Performance Coach. In June 2017, he was promoted as an Assistant Sports ports Performance Coach where he is responsible for soccer along with men’s and women’s swimming and diving. Prior to UW, Shelby was an intern at East Tennessee State University working with the football and baseball teams. His First internship was at West Virginia University spending time with their football, swim and dive, and women’s soccer teams. He earned a bachelors of science in exercise physiology in August of 2014 from West Virginia University. He is Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) along with being a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Condition Association (NSCA). Shelby is currently working towards a masters of science in instructional technology through the University of Wyoming.

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The Cowgirls

TAYLOR BUR TON

ANNIK A CLAY TON

5’8”~ Senior Defender Centennial, Colo. Cherokee Trail High School

5’8”~ Senior Midfielder Sydney, Australia Pymble Ladies College

Junior (2017): Started in 19 games as a main stay on the Cowgirl defense…finished with three goals, which was third best on the team…hit game winning goals against Southern Utah (8/25/17) and San Jose State (10/1/17)…took 18 shots, 12 of those on goal and recorded six points…logged 1,742 minutes during her junior campaign. Sophomore (2016): Appeared in 19 games for the Cowgirls, and started in 11 contests…became an anchor of Wyoming’s defense midway through the season, starting the last 10 games of the year at centerback…helped UW tie its single-season record for shutouts (8)…scored one goal, a game-winner against Idaho State, in her first start of the season…dished out two assists, including the pass that created UW’s only goal in its Mountain West Tournament game against Utah State. Freshman (2015): Burton was a key defender for the Wyoming defense...as a freshman started and played in 19 games throughout the season...had one goal and one assist to total three points...her lone goal was a header that helped propel the Cowgirls passed Fresno State, 3-0...racked up 1,590 minutes of playing time throughout her freshman campaign.

High School: Was a part of the Colorado Rush Soccer Club since 2010 where her team was crowned Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) National Champions in 2012...was also a member of the Colorado ODP State Team and participated in both Region IV camps and Region IV championships...a four-year varsity starter for Cherokee Trail High School, she was a two-time Team MVP and three-time All-Conference honoree.

Junior (2017): Saw action in 12 contests with six starts during the 2017 season…scored one of the Cowgirls two goals against New Mexico (10/22/17)…took eight shots and had two points…sat out the early part of the season with an injury…played 538 minutes. Sophomore (2016): Made 12 appearances and one start in the 2016 season…scored one goal on the year against Idaho State… recorded three assists, third-most on the team…took only seven shots but put four on goal…dealt with a mid-season injury but competed in the last eight games of the season for the Cowgirls. Freshman (2015): Clayton played in all 20 matches as a freshman...started in 14 of them and recorded 1,231 minutes of playing time...recorded two goals, one assist and five points...her first goal was a header from a free kick against Fresno State, when she scored the first of three goals for Wyoming...her second was the lone goal for UW against San Diego State. High School: A member of the Australian national team in 2009, Clayton was also selected for the Australian Schoolgirls National Team that toured the UK in 2013 and 2014…in addition, Clayton was named the player of the tournament at the National Schoolgirls event in 2014...competes for the Sydney University Club that advanced to the W-League semifinals. Personal: The daughter of Michael Clayton and Karina Stafford... she has three brothers Sam, Simon and Tony...majoring in international studies.

Personal: The daughter of Chris and Christine Burton...has one older sister, Emily, who played soccer at Western Colorado, and two younger siblings Rebekah and Brayden...majoring in elementary education.

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Annika Clayton’s Career Statistics

Taylor Burton’s Career Statistics Year 2015 2016 2016 Totals:

GP-GS 19-19 19-11 19-19 57-49

G 1 1 3 5

A 1 2 0 3

2 0 1 8

Pts. 3 4 6 13

Shots 6 7 18 31

GWG 0 1 2 3

Mins 1,590 1,314 1,742 4,646

Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals:

C O W G I R L

GP-GS 20-14 12-1 12-6 44-21

G 2 1 1 4

A 1 3 0 4

Pts. 5 5 2 12

Shots 14 7 8 29

GWG 1 0 0 1

S O C C E R

Mins 1,231 372 538 2,141

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The Cowgirls

JESSIE GENTLE

MORGAN MCDOUGAL

5’6”~ Senior Forward/Defender Woolgoolga, Australia Woolgoolga High School

5’5”~ Senior Midfielder Highlands Ranch, Colo. Oklahoma State University

Junior (2017): Played in 18 of 19 games for the Cowgirls and reached the starting lineup in five games…finished with two assists, including on a goal in the Cowgirls 1-0 victory over Colorado College (9/22/17)…recorded two points while taking three shots on the season…logged 1,038 minutes from her defender position. Sophomore (2016): Played in 19 games for the Cowgirls and made the starting lineup in five games…notched one goal and one assist on the year…her one goal came on a game-winner against Fresno State to earn UW its first conference road win of the season…logged 12 shots and put four attempts on goal. Freshman (2015): In her first season as a Wyoming Cowgirl, Gentle played in all 20 games, earning 16 starts, and totaled 1,485 minutes of playing time...tallied an assist on the season against Hawaii...took 20 shots, four of which were on goal. High School: A four-sport athlete at Woolgoolga High School, she played soccer, cross country, rugby and swimming and was a representative of the Australian Schoolgirls National Team for past three years...was a part of the North Coast team since 2011 where her team was the runner up in State Youth League...earned a players’ player award with the North Coast team in 2011 and 2014....also represented Northern NSW soccer at National Youth Championships in 2010 and 2011...was awarded the Pierre De Coubertin award for sporting achievement her senior year.

Junior (2017): Made an appearance in all 19 games in her first season with the program along with 12 starts…logged 1,122 minutes for the entire year…recorded her first goal of the season in the finale against Colorado State (10/27/17)…had one assist against UTEP (9/1/17)…totaled 11 shots with six of them on goal. Prior to UW: Played in 18 total games in two seasons at Oklahoma State...recorded one goal and one assist against Arkansas-Pine Bluff during the 2016 season. High School: Starred for REAL Colorado ECNL…recorded 10 goals and 13 assists in 57 career games at Mountain Vista High School …was a two-time all-state performer…served as team captain as a senior and notched three goals and six assists…led the Golden Eagles to a Class 5A state championship in 2013 and back-to-back state semifinal appearances in 2014 and 2015… was also a three-year letterwinner in basketball...named MVHS’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2015. Personal: Born Nov. 27, 1996...daughter of Bob and Lynn McDougal...father played baseball at TCU and North Texas…has three siblings, Marshall, Maycie and Molly…majoring in energy systems engineering and sociology.

Personal: The daughter of Steve and Deb Gentle...she has three brothers Jeremy, Mick and Jimmy...majoring in kinesiology health promotion and physical education.

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Jessie Gentle’s Career Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals:

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GP-GS 20-16 19-5 18-5 57-26

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 1 2 4

Pts. 1 3 2 6

2 0 1 8

Shots 20 12 3 35

Morgan McDougal’s Career Statistics GWG 0 1 0 1

Mins 1,485 706 1,038 3,229

Year GP-GS 2017 19-12 Totals: 19-12

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G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts. 3 3

Shots 11 11

GWG 0 0

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Mins 1,122 1,122


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ALYSSA MURRAY

BRIT TNEY STARK

5’8”~ Senior Defender Bonney Lake, Wash. Sumner High School

5’6”~ Senior Forward Broomfield, Colo. University of Colorado

Junior (2017): Played in 19 games during the season with 17 starts…was third on the team in minutes played with 1,508… had one goal which was the game winner against Idaho State (9/14/17)…recorded ten shots and had five on goal…had one assist and three points. Sophomore (2016): Murray appeared in 15 games for the Cowgirls and made seven starts…scored her lone goal of the year on a long-range buzzer-beater against Montana…took nine shots and put five on goal…totaled 827 minutes of action. Freshman (2015): Murray proved to be a solid defender for the Cowgirls...totaled 1,460 minutes of playing time, after seeing the field in 20 games with eight starts...took 16 shots with 10 on goal...also scored two goals giving her a total of four points on the season...her scores came against Drake University and Colorado State...recorded the game winner against Border War rival CSU. High School: A two-sport athlete at Sumner High School, Murray played soccer and track and was the state champion her freshman year in the mile...also garnered top-ten finishes in Washington in both the mile and 4x400 relay for three straight years...played varsity soccer all four years and won two state team titles...also earned two consecutive All-League honors and was First Team All-State in the 2014...was a member of the Washington Premier FC, she participated in the ECNL four straight years where her teams were Flight B National Champions in 2012. Personal: The daughter of Todd and Lisa Murray, she has one older sister, Alex, and one younger brother, Stephen...majoring in kinesiology and health promotion.

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G 2 1 1 4

A 0 0 1 1

2 0 1 8

Pts. 4 2 3 9

Shots 16 9 10 35

Junior (2016): Redshirted due to an injury. Colorado: A two-year letterwinner while attending Colorado... played in 39 games and made five starts during her career... helped the Buffaloes to 19 total wins as she recorded six goals in addition to earning 2014 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention accolades. High School: A four-year letterwinner for the Broomfield Eagles... as a freshman, she scored 13 goals and contributed six assists while being named first-team All-Boulder County and second-team All-State…was selected first-team All-State honors and was an NSCAA All-West Region selection as a junior, scoring 10 goals and adding four assists...played club soccer for the Colorado Rush, where she led her team to a Youth World Championship title at the 2010 Gothia Cup and was named the MVP of the championship match. Personal: Brittney is the daughter of Roy and Denise Stark...has a younger sister, Michaela, who is also a member of the Cowgirls squad...majoring in elementary education.

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Alyssa Murray’s Career Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals:

Redshirt Junior (2017): She was named to the Mountain West All-Newcomer Team…played in all 19 contests with 13 starts in her first full season with the Cowgirls…led the team in goals with eight, shots with 39 and was second in shots on goal with 22…recorded three game-winning goals which is tied for fifth in a single season... her eight goals tied for seventh and the 18 points was tied for 11th most in a single-season.

Brittney Stark’s Career Statistics GWG 1 0 1 2

Mins 1,460 827 1,508 3,795

Year GP-GS 2017 19-13 Totals: 19-13

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G 8 8

A 2 2

Pts. 18 18

Shots 39 39

GWG 3 3

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CHARLOT TEE HUME

CRISTINA SALAZAR

5’6”~ Redshirt Junior Midfielder Parker, Colo. Chaparral High School

5’6”~ Junior Goalkeeper Centennial, Colo. Grandview High School

Junior (2017): Redshirted in 2017. Sophomore (2016): Appeared in 18 games for UW, logging 660 minutes of action…started in five games, including three Mountain West contests…her lone goal on the year was the game-winner in Wyoming’s season-opener against Houston Baptist…recorded 11 shots and put four on frame. Freshman (2015): Hume accumulated 61 minutes of playing time in four matches for the Cowgirls…earned her first letter as a true freshman for Wyoming. High School: A four-year varsity letterwinner for Chaparral High School, Hume captained her team in 2014 and received Honorable Mention All-Conference...also earned Academic All-State First Team honors her junior year and has received several academic awards while maintaining a 4.0 grade-point average...a member of the Colorado Storm Soccer Club for three years, she participated on the State Cup semifinal team in 2014 and has consistently guest played for Real Colorado throughout the years.

Sophomore (2017): Played in three games during the 2017 campaign…logged 72 minutes and allowed two goals. Redshirt Freshman (2016): Made one appearance on the season against New Mexico State…saw seven minutes of action and allowed zero goals. Freshman (2015): Redshirted in 2015. High School: A two-sport athlete at Grandview High School, Salazar was a two-year varsity letter winner in basketball and fouryear letter winner in soccer...was also a three-year honor roll and Spanish honor society student as well as a two-year AP Scholar... was been a member of the Colorado Storm ECNL team for the past three years. Personal: The daughter of Jose and Maribel Salazar, she has two brothers, Alejandro and Andres, and one sister, Victoria...majoring in criminal justice.

Personal: The daughter of Ryan and Jill Hume...has two brothers, Davis and Jason, and two sisters, Hannah and Grace...majoring in kinesiology and health promotion with a spanish and human nutrition minor.

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GP-GS 4-0 18-5 22-5

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 2 2

2 0 1 8

Shots 0 11 11

Cristina Salazar’s Career Statistics GWG 0 1 1

Mins 61 660 721

Year 2016 2017 Totals:

GP-GS 1-0 3-0 4-0

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GA 0 2 2

GAA 0.00 2.51 2.28

Saves 0 3 3

Mins 7 72 79

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TALIA SCLAFANI

MICHAELA STARK

5’4”~ Junior Midfielder Henderson, Nev. College of Southern Nevada

5’6”~ Junior Forward Broomfield, Colo. Broomfield High School

Sophomore (2017): Saw action in three games and 45 minutes in her first season with the program. Prior to UW: Played her freshman season at the College of Southern Nevada…named to the NJCAA All-Academic Third Team… lettered her senior season at Foothill High School in Henderson, Nev...played for club team, Heat FC, prior…helped her Heat FC team to a state championship in 2013. Personal: Born May 22, 1998, in Henderson, Nev…daughter of Tony and Jessica Sclafani…has one brother, Darrien…majoring in kinesiology and health promotion.

Sophomore (2017): Started in 15 of the 16 games she played during her sophomore year…finished with two goals and 14 shots…tallied 1,021 minutes during the season…recorded one assist and five points. Freshman (2016): Led the Cowgirls in scoring with six goals on the year…appeared in all 20 games and made 11 starts…selected to the Mountain West All-Newcomer Team…recorded a team-high three game-winning goals…fired off 33 shots and put 16 on goal, both marks were second-most on the team…logged 1,173 minutes of action…tallied one assist to finish the season with a team-best 33 total points. High School: Stark was a member of the Rush ECNL club team and played with the Broomfield Eagles all-four years of high school…was crowned a conference champion and helped the Eagles reach the state finals three years in a row…as a four-year letterman in soccer for the Eagles, Stark also garnered AllConference and First Team All-State honors. Personal: Born December 15, 1997 in Englewood, Colo...the daughter of Roy and Denise Stark...her older sister Brittney is a member of the Cowgirl squad…majoring in kinesiology.

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Talia Sclafani’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS 2017 3-0 Totals: 3-0

G 0 0

A 0 0

2 0 1 8

Pts. 0 0

Shots 0 0

Michaela Stark’s Career Statistics GWG 0 0

Mins 45 45

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GP-GS 20-11 16-15 36-26

G 6 2 8

A 1 1 2

Pts. 13 5 18

Shots 33 14 47

GWG 3 0 3

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MADISON BARRICK

5’4”~ Junior Midfielder Las Vegas, Nev. Silverado High School

5’4”~ Sophomore Defender Granite Canyon, Wyo. Laramie High School

Redshirt Sophomore (2017): Saw action in 19 games along with four starts…finished with one goal on 15 shots…assisted on two goals during the year.

Freshman (2017): Appeared in 19 games with two starts…logged 489 minutes…had one goal and one assist against New Mexico (10/22/17)…recorded five shots and had two on goal.

Sophomore (2016): Redshirted due to an injury.

High School: Played one season at Laramie High School, where she lettered and led her team to the state finals…captained her club team in 2015 that reached the national finals…member of the ODP National Team in 2014…won the ECNL National Championship in 2014...three-time honor roll member…earned the Civil Service Award for special needs children for her sophomore and junior years.

Freshman (2015): Saw limited action in 2015 for the Cowgirl squad...played in four matches and tallied 23 minutes. High School: Taube was a member of the Heat FC team since 2010 where they’ve competed in ECNL...played varsity soccer at Silverado High School her freshman year before playing strictly for the Heat FC the following three years...an AP and honor student, Taube earned Science Student of the Month in 2014.

Personal: Born April 19, 1999 in Illinois…is the daughter of Ken and Julie Barrick…has one sister, Kylie…majoring in English.

Personal: The daughter of Rodney Eagle and Antoinette Guizzotti, she has four siblings (Alea and Shane Taube, Jaxsen Eagle and Justin Rainville)...majoring physiology and kinesiology health promotion.

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Summer Taube’s Career Statistics Year 2015 2017 Totals:

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GP-GS 4-0 19-4 23-4

G 0 1 1

A 0 2 2

Pts. 0 4 4

2 0 1 8

Shots 0 15 15

Madison Barrick’s Career Statistics GWG 0 0 0

Mins 23 889 912

Year GP-GS 2017 19-2 Totals: 19-2

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G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts. 3 3

Shots 5 5

GWG 0 0

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GRACE COLLINS

MOLLY KUHBACHER R

5’4”~ Sophomore Defender Littleton, Colo. Valor Christian High School

5’5”~ Sophomore Forward Gillette, Wyo. Campbell County High School

Freshman (2017): Saw action in eight contests her freshman campaign while playing 85 minutes.

Freshman (2017): Saw action in three matches and 26 minutes during her first season with the program.

High School: A two-year letterwinner at Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo…her team ranked 18th in the nation in 2017 and were conference champions…state runner up in 2016…helped her Colorado Rush club team to President’s Cup Championships in 2012 and 2013, and a finals appearance in 2014…graduated Summa Cum Laude.

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Campbell County High School under head coach Carl Matson…earned All-State First Team honors in 2017 as helped her team to the state championship with a 15-3 record…selected First Team honors in 2015…named to the All-State Second Team in 2016…a member of the honor roll all four academic years and a salutatorian.

Personal: Born March 10, 1999 in Littleton, Colo…daughter of Fraser and Kim Collins…has one sister, Rachael, who played soccer for four years at Pepperdine University…majoring in mechanical engineering.

Personal: Born Sept. 3, 1998 in Gillette, Wyo…daughter of Matt and Marissa Kuhbacher…has three sisters, Ally, Lauren and Emily, and one brother Ethan…majoring in marketing.

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Grace Collins’ Career Statistics Year GP-GS 2017 8-0 Totals: 8-0

G 0 0

A 0 0

2 0 1 8

Pts. 0 0

Shots 0 0

Molly Kubacher’s Career Statistics GWG 0 0

Mins 85 85

Year GP-GS 2017 3-0 Totals: 3-0

C O W G I R L

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Shots 0 0

GWG 0 0

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CARLEE MAR TIN

ELLE WEBBER

5’4”~ Sophomore Defender Calgary, Alberta, Canada Bishop Carroll High School

5’5”~ Sophomore Defender Brighton, Colo. Broomfield High School

Redshirt Freshman (2017): Made an appearance in seven games in her first season…logged 98 minutes and had one shot.

Freshman (2017): Made an appearance in nine games in her first year with the Cowgirls…recorded one shot against Southern Utah (9/25/17).

Freshman (2016): Redshirted. High School: A member of the Southwest United Premier 98 team since 2012, she has helped her team earn the gold medal in Provincials three consecutive years...also went on to win two bronze medals in 2012 and 2014 while grabbing a silver medal in 2013 at Nationals from 2011-14, she was also selected to participate in the Regional Training Center program, which is the training center for the Canadian Women’s National Team... in addition to soccer, she participated in swimming, volleyball and basketball. Personal: Born March 7, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta...the daughter of Robert Martin and Janis Kostiuk...has three siblings, Lyla, Grayson and Madelyn...majoring in kinesiology.

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Personal: Born June 10, 1999…daughter of Charles and Tracy Webber…has two sisters, Elyse and Emily…majoring in physiology.

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Carlee Martin’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS 2017 7-0 Totals: 7-0

High School: A four-year letterwinner in soccer at Broomfield High School under head coach Jim Davidson…also lettered three times in cross country and once in swimming…captained her high school during her senior season and led them to a conference championship…earned All-Conference honors her senior season…helped her team to conference championships and the state final during her freshman and sophomore season…a fouryear member of the honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society her senior year.

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

2 0 1 8

Shots 1 1

Elle Webber’s Career Statistics GWG 0 0

Mins 98 98

Year GP-GS 2017 9-0 Totals: 9-0

C O W G I R L

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

Shots 1 1

GWG 0 0

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RILEY FURBUSH

KENDALL BOWDISH

5’8”~ Redshirt Freshman Goalkeeper Colorado Springs, Colo. Thomas B. Doherty High School

5’5”~ Freshman Forward Cypress, Calif. Cypress High School

Freshman (2017): Redshirted during the 2017 campaign.

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High School: Bowdish was a three-year letterwinner at Cypress High School under head coach Nicole Woiemberghe…captained her team during her senior season, leading them to a second-consecutive Empire League Championship…also had a successful club career as a four-year member of the CDA Slammers…her team were 2017 National Cup Finalists, California Regional champions, as well as champions of the Albion Showcase and Legends Showcase. Personal: Bowdish is the daughter of Brad and Edith Bowdish… has one sister, Reagan…plans on majoring in physiology.

Personal: Born May 28, 1999 in Memphis, Tenn…daughter of Dawn Nelson, who played volleyball at Northern Colorado… has two sisters, Ashley and Madison, who both played soccer at Adams State University…has not decided on a major.

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REMI CLARKE

5-6 ~ Freshman Forward Teralba, New South Wales Hunter Sports High School

5’2”~ Freshman Midfielder Loveland, Colo. Fossil Rigde High School

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High School: A team captain for her team while attending Hunter Sport High School…she was a member of the Australian Schoolgirls team that competed at the Dallas International Cup… was also a member of the New South Wales team that won the Australian Championship.

Personal: Born November 19, 1999 in Dubbo, NSW, Australia… the daughter of Trent and Gwenny Asimus..has one brother, Hunter...plans to major in animal and veterinary science.

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High School: Clarke was a three-year letterwinner under head coach Ian Wale…was named Second Team All-Conference in 2015 and First Team All-Conference, as well as All-State, in 2016…played five years of club soccer for the Colorado Rush…in 2017, the Rush were North American Cup National Champions.

Personal: Remi is the daughter of Shannon and Monik Clarke... was a member of the honor roll and National Honor Society in each of her four years at Fossil Ridge, as well as a three-year member of the Math National Honor Society…plans on majoring in physiology.

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ALEX DAWS

CAITLIN PICKE T T

5’6”~ Freshman Goalkeeper Highlands Ranch, Colo. Valor Chrisitan High School

5’9”~ Freshman Forward Ocean Grove, Victoria Sacred Heart College

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High School: Daws was a four-year letterwinner at Valor Christian under head coach Brian Shultz...was a three-time All-League selection, including first-team honors her freshman season…her team were State Runners-Up in 2016, State Semi-Finalists and League Champions in 2017…was named an All-State goalkeeper by the Colorado High School Coaches Association in 2016 and 2017, and was a team captain for the 2018 season…played club soccer as a member of the Colorado Rush Academy…in 2015, Daws led the Rush to a State Cup championship, and was named the State Cup MVP.

High School: She attended Sacred Heart College in Geelong…was a member of the Victoria State Team and was an All-State selection…for two years, she was a member of the Australian Team.

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Personal: Born June 15, 1999 in Perth, Australia…the daughter of Andrew Pickett and Linda Savige...has four siblings, Jasmin, Connor, Ashleigh and Jayden.

Personal: The daughter of Christopher and Rachel Daws…has three siblings, Andrew, Addison and Anna…a First-Team Academic All-State selection in 2017 and Valor Cum Laude…was a two-time Valor Sports Network student of the year and Excellence in Valor Sports Network award winner…was also a final four nominee in Valor Excellence in visual arts in 2017, and served as the hockey team’s videographer in 2017 and 2018…intends to major in biology.

HANNAH LEE

SEKOYA ROMERO

5’6”~ Freshman Goalkeeper Las Vegas, Nev. Bishop Gorman High School

5’1”~ Freshman Forward Laramie, Wyo. Laramie High School

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High School: Lee was a two-year letterwinner at Bishop Gorman High School under head coach Doug Borgel…was named Bishop Gorman Rookie of the Year her freshman season, and also received Division I Honors for the All-Southwest League and All-Sunset Region…led her team to a Southwest League Championship in 2014…during her senior season, Lee was named MVP of the Sunset Regional Championship, Bishop Gorman Defensive MVP, and Las Vegas Review Journal’s All-State First Team…played three seasons of club soccer of Heat FC in the ECNL…the team were ECNL Playoffs Champions League qualifiers in 2016 and 2017, and San Diego Surf College Cup Champions in 2017.

Personal: Hannah is the daughter of Devin and Daphne Lee… has two siblings, Evan and Sydney…was a three-year member of the National Honor Society, served as President 2017-18, and a four-year Honor Roll member…intends to major in kinesiology and health promotion.

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High School: Romero was a three-sport letterwinner at Laramie High School…during sophomore season, she led her team to conference and state championships, as well as a second-place finish at regionals, while making the all-conference and all-state teams…was also named Offensive MVP her sophomore season and served as team captain in her junior campaign…was coached by Kim Whisenant…played three years of club soccer for the Colorado Storm FC…joins fellow Laramie High School alum, Madison Barrick…lettered twice in basketball and once in volleyball. Personal: Sekoya is the daughter of Samson and Kerri Romero… has one sister, Ariel…was a four-year member of the honor roll and was a member of National Honors Society her senior year… intends on majoring in pharmacy.

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KENNEDY SCHOMER R

ADALYN VERGARA

5’4”~ Freshman Forward Gillette, Wyo. Campbell County High School

5’9”~ Freshman Defender Greeley, Colo. Windsor High School

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High School: Schomer was a four-year letterwinner from Campbell County High School…a two-time all-conference selection while being named to the all-state team as a senior….led the Camels to a 4A state championship in 2017 after a second-place finish in 2016…was named the Offensive MVP by her team during her freshman and sophomore seasons…played 10 years of club soccer for the Gillette Edge…in 2017, the Edge were champions of the Las Vegas Mayor’s Cup…joins fellow Campbell County alum, Molly Kuhbacher. Personal: Kennedy is the daughter of Jeff and Christy Schomer… has four siblings, Brittany, Destiny, Macy and Presley…was a four-year member of Student Council, and was Vice President her sophomore year…was also a DARE role model and President of the National Junior Honor Society…intends to major in art.

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High School: A successful dual-sport athlete at Windsor High School, earned four letters in soccer and three in basketball… selected as the Newcomer of the Year her freshman season, and a team captain her junior and senior seasons…received All-Conference Honorable Mention her freshman season and was a First Team selection her sophomore campaign…was named First Team All-State by the Colorado High School Soccer Coaches Association and Second Team All-State by the CHSCA…selected as the team MVP her sophomore season and was also named the Tri-Valley Conference Player of the Year…her team won the Tri-Valley League Championship in three straight seasons, amassing a 51-6 record…was also a two-team All-Conference Honorable Mention selection in basketball…as a two-year club player for the Arsenal Colorado Academy, she led the team to Colorado State Cup championships in 2016 and 2017…the team was also US Youth Soccer Region IV champions in 2017 and US Youth Soccer National Finalists.

Personal: The daughter of Mike and Gabri Vergara…has one brother, Addison…a two-year member of the National Honor Society…her sophomore year, she won the Rotary Youth Leadership Award and the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Award…also served as Parliamentarian of Future Farmers of America her junior year and as Reporter her senior year…plans to major in Wildlife & Fisheries Biology and Management.

JAMIE TATUM

AMBER VOKOUN

5’5”~ Freshman Midfielder Highlands Ranch, Colo. Rock Canyon High School

5’1”~ Freshman Forward Henderson, Nev. Foothill High School

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High School: A First Team All-State and AllConference selection during her senior season… in that final year, she was also named the Colorado Community Media South Metro Player of the Year and ECNL All-Conference…was a four-year letterwinner at Rock Canyon High School under head coach Mat Henbest…was named Offensive Player of the Year in 2016 and Second Team All-Conference in 2017…also played club soccer for Real Colorado of the ECNL for 14 years…Real Colorado were State Cup Quarter Finalists in 2016 and ECNL National Finalists in 2015 and 2016…was also a three-star recruit according to TopDrawerSoccer.

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High School: A letterwinner while attending Foothill High School...was named All-Southern Nevada, All-Sunrise Region and All-Southeast Legaue…selected the team MVP…coached in high school by Kim Simoneau…her club team qualified for the ECNL Champions League in 2016 and 2018.

Personal: Born December 27, 1999 in Las Vegas…the daughter of Scott and Robin Vokoun…has two siblings, Brooke and Jacqueline… an excellent student, she was named Valedictorian, a member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar…has yet to decide on a major.

Personal: She is the daughter of Jim Tatum and Laura Posey… has two brothers, Trevor and Derek…her father, Jim, played Major League Baseball from 1992-1998 for the Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies, Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres and New York Mets…was a member of Rock Canyon’s honor roll in each of her semesters, along with National Honor Society and Student Council…was also named to the Academic All-Conference team in her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons…plans to major in nursing.

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SAVANNAH WARNER 5’9”~ Freshman Defender Ft. Collins, Colo. Rocky Mountain High School

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High School: Warner was a four-year letterwinner at Rocky Mountain High School under head coach Ron Clark…also earned a varsity letter in basketball in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons…led her team to All-City championships in 2015 and 2016, as well as a conference championship in 2016…was a First Team All-Conference selection in 2017, following an Honorable Mention selection in 2016…was also named the team’s Defensive MVP in 2017….also played club soccer for the Storm in the ECNL…the team were three-time state finalists during Warner’s time with the club, and also ECNL regional qualifiers in 2017. The Storm placed fourth at nationals in 2017. Personal: She is the daughter of Daniel and Michele Warner… has three sisters, Sierra, Alexandra and Chloe…her father, Daniel, played soccer at Air Force…was a First Team Academic All-State selection in basketball and soccer 2016-17…was also a member of the National Honor Society 2016-18 and the National Art Honor Society 2017-18…plans on majoring in health science.

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2017 Statistics 2017 Wyoming Cowgirls Soccer Wyoming Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 30, 2017) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * * * * * *

Aug 20 Aug 25 Aug 27 Sep 01 Sep 03 Sep 08 Sep 10 Sep 14 Sep 22 Sep 24 Sep 29 Oct 01 Oct 06 Oct 08 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 20 Oct 22 Oct 27

Opponent at Baylor SOUTHERN UTAH at Kentucky UTEP MCNEESE STATE at Utah Valley NORTHERN COLORADO IDAHO STATE at Colorado College at Air Force FRESNO STATE SAN JOSE STATE at Nevada at UNLV UTAH STATE BOISE STATE at San Diego State NEW MEXICO LOBOS at Colorado State

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

2 0 1 8

OVERALL 8-9-2 4-6-1 4-3-1

Lot W Lo2 W To2 L W W W Lot To2 W W L L L L L W

Score 1-2 3-1 1-2 3-1 0-0 1-2 2-1 3-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 4-2 1-2 1-3 1-3 1-2 2-3 3-2

Att. 377 384 1257 361 327 1075 478 315 121 277 441 293 263 375 232 265 715 273 795

WY

OPP

29-217 1.53 .134 125-217 .576 11.4 67 1-2

27-248 1.42 .109 109-248 .440 13.1 82 1-1

11 1

13 2

3369 10/337 0/0

5255 9/584

HOME 5-3-2 1-3-1 4-0-1 ##

Player

23 7 5 3 24 13 4 14 11 17 9 21 15 16 6 12 8 0 1 18 25 20

STARK, Brittney BASS, Alisha BURTON, Taylor HALLE, Summer STARK, Michaela HOUSE, Jemma TAUBE, Summer CLAYTON, Annika MOONEY, Brooklynn McDOUGAL, Morgan MURRAY, Alyssa BARRICK, Madison WEBBER, Elaine COLLINS, Grace PARKER, Claire KUHBACHER, Molly SCLAFANI, Talia ROWNTREE,Georgia SALAZAR, Cristina MARTIN, Carlee TYRRELL, Tristan GENTLE, Jessie Total Opponents

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Goalie

0 1

ROWNTREE,Georgia SALAZAR, Cristina Total Opponents

Goals by Period Wyoming Opponents Shots by Period Wyoming Opponents

AWAY 3-6 3-3 0-3

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 19 8 2 19 6 3 19 3 0 19 2 0 16 2 1 19 2 2 19 1 2 12 1 0 16 1 1 19 1 1 19 1 1 19 1 1 9 0 0 8 0 0 19 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 19 0 0 3 0 0 7 0 0 19 0 4 18 0 2 19 29 20 19 27 27 GP 19 3 19 19

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

18 39 .205 22 .564 15 38 .158 24 .632 6 18 .167 12 .667 4 12 .167 7 .583 5 14 .143 9 .643 6 18 .111 10 .556 4 15 .067 9 .600 2 8 .125 1 .125 3 10 .100 6 .600 3 11 .091 6 .545 3 10 .100 5 .500 3 5 .200 2 .400 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 .000 1 1.000 4 12 .000 10 .833 2 3 .000 1 .333 78 217 .134 125 .576 81 248 .109 109 .440

Min. 1706:51 71:45 1778:36 1778:36

GA

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

15 9

14 15

0 2

0 1

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

102 108 118 109

6 14

1 7

25 2 27 29

GAAvg Saves

1.32 2.51 1.37 1.47

Saves by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

48 39

27 53

4 3

3 1

Corners by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

33 45

31 34

2 2

1 1

Fouls by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

63 90

84 88

3 4

2 1

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79 3 82 96

3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 9

0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

.760 .600 .752 .768

7-9-2 0-0-0 7-9-2 9-7-2

4/1 0/1 5 3

Total 29 27 Total 217 248 Total 82 96 Total 67 82 Total 152 183

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2017 Statistics 2017 Wyoming Cowgirls Soccer Wyoming Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 30, 2017) Conference games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date * * * * * * * * * * *

Sep 22 Sep 24 Sep 29 Oct 01 Oct 06 Oct 08 Oct 13 Oct 15 Oct 20 Oct 22 Oct 27

Opponent at Colorado College at Air Force FRESNO STATE SAN JOSE STATE at Nevada at UNLV UTAH STATE BOISE STATE at San Diego State NEW MEXICO LOBOS at Colorado State

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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2 0 1 8

OVERALL 4-6-1 4-6-1 0-0

W Lot To2 W W L L L L L W

Score 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 4-2 1-2 1-3 1-3 1-2 2-3 3-2

Att. 121 277 441 293 263 375 232 265 715 273 795

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OPP

15-125 1.36 .120 73-125 .584 11.4 35 1-2

18-147 1.64 .122 70-147 .476 13.4 44 0-0

6 1

8 2

1504 5/301 0/0

2546 6/424

HOME 1-3-1 1-3-1 0-0 ##

Player

23 7 24 5 17 3 4 14 25 15 16 8 12 21 20 18 13 11 9 6

STARK, Brittney BASS, Alisha STARK, Michaela BURTON, Taylor McDOUGAL, Morgan HALLE, Summer TAUBE, Summer CLAYTON, Annika TYRRELL, Tristan WEBBER, Elaine COLLINS, Grace SCLAFANI, Talia KUHBACHER, Molly BARRICK, Madison GENTLE, Jessie MARTIN, Carlee HOUSE, Jemma MOONEY, Brooklynn MURRAY, Alyssa PARKER, Claire Total Opponents

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Goalie

0 1

ROWNTREE,Georgia SALAZAR, Cristina Total Opponents

AWAY 3-3 3-3 0-0

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

gp g a 11 4 1 11 3 2 11 2 1 11 2 0 11 1 0 11 1 0 11 1 1 11 1 0 11 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 11 0 1 10 0 1 3 0 0 11 0 2 8 0 0 11 0 1 11 0 0 11 15 11 11 18 17 GP 11 1 11 11

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

9 25 .160 8 21 .143 5 10 .200 4 9 .222 2 4 .250 2 6 .167 3 10 .100 2 8 .125 1 10 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 .000 1 2 .000 0 0 .000 2 7 .000 0 5 .000 1 5 .000 0 2 .000 41 125 .120 53 147 .122

Min. 972:35 45:00 1017:35 1017:35

GA

16 2 18 15

GAAvg Saves

1.48 4.00 1.59 1.33

Goals by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

7 5

8 12

0 1

0 0

Shots by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

55 72

66 71

3 2

1 2

Saves by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

33 24

19 32

0 1

0 1

Corners by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

18 29

14 15

2 0

1 0

Fouls by Period Wyoming Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

34 51

47 50

1 1

2 0

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13 .520 13 .619 7 .700 8 .889 4 1.000 3 .500 6 .600 1 .125 8 .800 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 3 .429 4 .800 2 .400 0 .000 73 .584 70 .476 51 1 52 58

2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6

0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

.761 .333 .743 .795

3-6-1 0-0-0 3-6-1 6-3-1

3/0 0/0 3 2

Total 15 18 Total 125 147 Total 52 58 Total 35 44 Total 84 102

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Wyoming Soccer Records Individual Career Records Goals 1. Mercy Adetoye, 2002-05 2. Amanda Lathrop, 2005-08 3. Tamika Wilson, 2005-08 4. Kelly McShane, 1997-00 5. Lucie McDowell, 2011-13 6. Mari Gomes, 2001-04 7. Sara Paul, 2011-13 Alisha Bass, 2014-17 9. Katrina Morton, 1997-00 10.Emily Layton, 2006-09 Shaina Ashouri 2015-2016 12. Kaitlyn Lomsnes, 2014-2016

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Assists 1. Liz O’Reilly, 2010-13 2. Sara Paul, 2011-13 3. Amanda Lathrop, 2005-08 4. Alisha Bass, 2014-17 5. Emily Layton, 2006-09 6. Mercy Adetoye, 2002-05 Lindsey Vossbrink, 2001-04 8. Sammi Dunda, 2013-16 9. Christine Nagel, 2003-06 Tamika Wilson, 2005-08 11. Kelly McShane, 1997-00 Alison Clarke, 2013-14 Shaina Ashouri, 2015-2016

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Points 1. Mercy Adetoye, 2002-05 2. Sara Paul, 2011-13 Amanda Lathrop, 2005-08 4. Tamika Wilson, 2005-08 5. Liz O’Reilly, 2010-13 6. Lucie McDowell, 2011-13 Alisha Bass, 2014-17 8. Kelly McShane, 1997-00 9. Emily Layton, 2006-09 10. Mari Gomes, 2001-04 11. Katrina Morton, 1997-00

58 55 55 48 47 46 46 44 38 37 36

Game Winning Goals 1. Amanda Lathrop, 2005-2008 2. Tamika Wilson, 2005-2008 3. Katrina Morton, 1997-00 Alisha Bass, 2014-17 5. Shaina Ashouri, 2015-2016 Kaitlyn Lomsnes, 2014-2016 Liz O’Reilly, 2010-13 Mercy Adetoye, 2002-05 Mari Gomes, 2001-04 10.Sara Paul, 2011-13 Jenny Johnson, 2009-12 Kelly McShane, 1997-00 Shots 1. Mercy Adetoye, 2002-05 2. Emily Layton, 2006-09 3. Amanda Lathrop, 2005-08 4. Tamika Wilson, 2005-08 Katrina Morton, 1997-00 6. Sara Paul, 2011-13 7. Liz O’Reilly, 2010-13 8. Kelly McShane, 1997-00 9. Shaina Ashouri, 2015-2016 10. Lucie McDowell, 2011-13 Alisha Bass, 2014-17 Games Played 1. Sammi Dunda, 2013-16 2. Mandy Meyer, 2013-16 Kasey Curtis, 2011-14 4. Liz O’Reilly, 2010-13

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11 10 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4

165 160 157 145 145 137 123 118 109 108 108

83 82 82 80

Alisha Bass, 2014-17 6. Courtney Merkle, 2009-12 7. Juliana Candaleria, 2007-10 Kara Walters, 2002-05 9. Emily Layton, 2006-09 10. Carmen Blume, 2009-12 Lindsey Vossbrink, 2001-04 12.Laine Hubbard, 2005-08 Mari Gomes, 2001-04 Claire Parker, 2014-17

80 79 78 78 77 76 76 75 75 74

Games Started 1. Sammi Dunda, 2013-16 2. Alisha Bass, 2014-17 3. Mandy Meyer, 2013-16 4. Liz O’Reilly, 2010-13 5. Juliana Candaleria, 2007-10 Emily Layton, 2006-09 7. Amanda Lathrop, 2005-08 Lindsey Vossbrink, 2001-04 9. Jenny Bahr, 1995-98 10. Laine Hubbard, 2005-08 11. Angela O’Dell, 2000-03 Jessica Piccone, 1998-01 Katrina Morton, 1997-00

83 80 79 77 76 76 73 73 72 70 67 67 67

Individual Single Season Records Goals 1. Tamika Wilson, 2007 2. Kaitlyn Lomsnes, 2014 Lucie McDowell, 2013 Mercy Adetoye, 2005 Kelly McShane, 2000 6. Shaina Ashouri, 2015 7. Brittney Stark, 2017 Sara Paul, 2011 Amanda Lathrop, 2008 Mari Gomes, 2004 11. Mercy Adetoye, 2004 12.Alisha Bass, 2017 Michaela Stark, 2016 Kasey Curtis, 2014 Sara Paul, 2013 Emily Layton, 2008

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Assists 1. Sara Paul, 2012 2. Sara Paul, 2013 Liz O’Reilly, 2010 Amanda Lathrop, 2008 5. Shaina Ashouri, 2015 Liz O’Reilly, 2012 Emma Wilson 2009 Mercy Adetoye, 2004 9. Liz O’Reilly, 2013 Kayla Davis, 2011 Alisha Bass, 2014 Alison Clarke, 2014

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Points 1. Shaina Ashouri, 2015 Tamika Wilson, 2007 3. Kaitlyn Lomsnes, 2014 Amanda Lathrop, 2008 5. Lucie McDowell, 2013 6. Mercy Adetoye, 2005 Kelly McShane, 2000 8. Sara Paul, 2011 Mercy Adetoye, 2004 10. Sara Paul, 2013 11.Brittney Stark, 2017 Mari Gomes, 2004 13. Alisha Bass, 2014 Emily Layton, 2008 Amanda Lathrop, 2007

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Game Winning Goals 1. Tamika Wilson, 2007 2. Shaina Ashouri, 2015 Kaitlyn Lomsnes, 2014 Amanda Lathrop, 2007, 2008 5. Brittney Stark, 2017 Michaela Stark, 2016 Alisha Bass, 2014 Sara Paul, 2011 Kayla Davis, 2011 Tamika Wilson, 2005 Mercy Adetoye, 2004 Katrina Morton, 1998

5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Shots 1. Mercy Adetoye, 2004 2. Shaina Ashouri, 2015 3. Sara Paul, 2011 Amanda Lathrop, 2008 5. Mari Gomes, 2004 6. Emily Layton, 2008 7. Mercy Adetoye, 2005 8. Amanda Lathrop, 2007 9. Tamika Wilson, 2007 10. Liz O’Reilly, 2010 11. Lucie McDowell, 2013

73 67 66 66 61 60 58 56 53 51 49

Minutes (Stats unavailable before the 2010 season) 1. Alison Clarke, 2013 2097 2. Kasey Curtis, 2013 2076 3. Jenny Johnson, 2011 2043 4. Allison Masumiya, 2011 2009 5. Sydney Jones, 2011 1966 6. Mandy Meyer, 2013 1923 7. Sammi Dunda, 2013 1866 8. Alisha Bass, 2015 1843 9. Alex Boehm, 2013 1831 10. Sara Paul, 2011 1819 11. Bostyn Burger, 2010 1816

Individual Single Game Records Goals 1. Summer Halle, 10-7-16 vs. Air Force 3 Shaina Ashouri, 9-18-15 vs. Idaho State 3 Kelly McShane, 9-1-00 vs. E. Washington 3 10-13-00 vs. So. Alabama 3 Darci Ferrell, 9-14-03 at Jackson St. 3 Tamika Wilson, 9-21-07, vs. Jacksonville 3 6. Alisha Bass, 10-27-17 vs. CSU 2 Alisha Bass, 9-10-17 vs. UNC 2 Brittney Stark, 9-1-17 vs. UTEP 2 Kimmy Burbank, 9-11-15 vs. Kansas 2 Shaina Ashouri, 9-06-15 vs. Drake 2 Mercy Adetoye, 9-2-05 vs. Northeastern 2 10-23-05 vs. TCU 2 10-21-04 vs. BYU 2 10-10-04 vs. N. Arizona 2 Carmen Blume, 9-23-11 vs. S. Dakota 2 Melissa Bowman, 9-8-02 vs. Sac. St. 2 Mari Gomes, 8-29-04 vs. E. Washington 2 Amanda Lathrop, 9-12-08 vs. Idaho 2 9-30-05 vs. SD State 2 Loren Mahoney, 10-13-13, vs. SDSU 2 Meghan Marsh, 9-27-99 vs. Creighton 2 Lucie McDowell, 9-06-13, at Drake 2 9-16-12 vs. UVU 2 Brenna Meadows, 9-10-00 vs Portland St. 2 Olivia Mohtadi, 8-28-09 vs. Hartford 2 Katrina Morton, 10-5-97 vs. Colorado 2 Liz O’Reilly, 10-29-11 vs. Air Force 2 Sara Paul, 10-27-13, VS. UNLV 2 8-19-12 vs. Lamar 2 9-18-11 vs. CS Pueblo 2 10-2-11 vs. N. Colorado 2 Nicole Rice, 10-10-09 vs. TCU 2 Sara Stephens, 11-4-01 vs. San Francisco 2 Tamika Wilson, 8-27-05 vs. Chrleston S. 2 10-8-06 vs. Air Force 2 Assists 1. Shaina Ashouri, 9-27-16 vs. Fresno State

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Wyoming Soccer Records Sara Paul, 8-31-12 vs. Nebraska-Omaha 9-16-12 vs. Utah Valley Liz O’Reilly, 8-24-12 vs. Mont. St.-Billings Amanda Lathrop, 8-29-08, vs. S. Dakota 6. Sara Paul, 9-6-13, at Drake 9-2-12 vs. E. Washington 10-16-11 vs. TCU Anne Maddock, 10-13-00, vs. So. Alabama Abby Mouch, 10-13-00, vs. So. Alabama Melissa Bowman, 9-14-03, at Jackson St. Lindsey Vossbrink, 9-14-03, at Jackson St. Mercy Adetoye, 10-3-04, at Portland St. Comfort Adetoye, 10-30-05, vs. N. Colorado Tamika Wilson, 10-28-05, at Air Force Emily Layton, 10-8-06, vs. Air Force Amanda Lathrop, 9-21-07, vs. Jacksonville Carmen Blume, 8-28-09, vs. Hartford Emma Wilson, 9-2-09, at Air Force Liz O’Reilly, 9-12-10, vs. E. Washington Liz O’Reilly, 10-29-11, vs. Air Force Allison Masumiya, 9-18-11 vs. CS Pueblo Emma Wilson, 10-2-09 vs. Air Force Carmen Blume, 8-28-09 vs. Hartford

3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Points 1. Kelly McShane, 9-1-00 vs. E. Washington Darci Ferrell, 9-14-03 at Jackson St. 3. Summer Halle, 10-7-16 vs. Air Force Shaina Ashouri, 9-18-16 vs. Idaho State Kelly McShane, 10-13-00 vs. S. Alabama Tamika Wilson, 9-21-07, vs Jacksonville 5. Brittney Stark, 9-1-17 vs. UTEP Amanda Lathrop 8-29-08, vs. S. Dakota 9-30-05 vs. SD State 9-12-08 vs. Idaho Mercy Adetoye, 10-10-04 vs. N. Arizona Mari Gomes, 9-14-03 at Jackson St. Brenna Meadows, 9-10-00, vs. Portland St. Sara Stephens, 11-4-01 vs. San Francisco

7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Shots 1. Sara Paul, 10-6-12 vs. Fresno State 2. Sarah Greer, 10-16-96, vs. Air Force Katrina Morton, 8-26-00, vs. Boise St. 10-31-99 vs. E. Wash. Mercy Adetoye, 9-9-05, at Tulsa Tamika Wilson, 8-27-05,vs.Charleston So. 9-21-07, vs. Jacksonville Amanda Lathrop, 9-14-07, vs. UVS Sara Paul, 10-16 vs. TCU 8-26-11 vs. Utah Valley

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Team Single Season Records

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Goals 1. 37 2. 31 3. 30 30 5. 29 29 29

2014 2013 2012 2011 2017 2016 2000

Wins 1. 12 2. 11 3. 10 10 10 5. 9 9 9 9

2011 2014 2016 2015 2003 2009 2008 2005 2004

Ties 1. 4 4 4 4 5. 3 3 3 3 3

2015 2013 2011 2004 2010 2009 2006 2005 2001

Shutouts 1. 8 8 2. 7 7 7 7 7 7 8. 6

2016 2015 2014 2011 2008 2005 2004 2003 2010

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Overtime Games (Incl. Dbl. OT) 1. 8 2013 (1 W, 3 L, 4 T) 2. 7 2014 (3 W, 3 L, 1 T) 7 2011 (2 W, 1 L, 4 T) 7 2004 (3 W. 4 T) 6. 6 2015 (2L, 4T) 7. 5 2017 (3L, 2T) 5 2006 (1 W, 1 L, 3 T) 5 2001 (2 L, 3 T) 9. 4 2005 (1 W, 3 T) 4 2009 (1W, 3 T) 4 2010 (1 W, 3 T) 4 2012 (1 W, 1 L, 3 T)

Team Single Game Records Goals 1. Sept. 14, 2003 at Jackson State 2. Aug. 29, 2008 vs. South Dakota 3. Aug. 24, 2012 vs. Mont. St.-Billings Oct. 13, 2000 vs. South Alabama Sept. 21, 2007 vs. Jacksonville 6. Sept. 6, 20013 at Drake Oct. 29, 2011 vs. Air Force 8. Oct. 6, 2017 vs. Nevada Oct. 7, 2016 vs. Air Force Sept. 4, 2016 at New Mexico State Sept. 27, 2015 vs. Fresno State Sept. 26, 2014 vs. Nevada Oct. 31, 2014 vs. Colorado State Aug. 23, 2013 vs TCU Sept. 16, 2012 vs. Utah Valley Sept. 30, 2005 vs. South Dakota State Sept. 2, 2005 vs. Northeastern Oct. 10, 2004 vs. Northern Arizona Sept. 8, 2002 vs. Sacramento State Nov. 4, 2001 vs. San Francisco Oct. 16, 1998 vs. TCU

9 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Assists 1. Sept. 14, 2003 at Jackson State 2. Oct. 12, 2014 vs. Airforce Aug. 29, 2008 vs. South Dakota Sept. 21, 2007 vs. Jacksonville 5. Aug. 27, 2010 vs. Buffalo Oct. 10, 2004 vs. Northern Arizona 7. Sept. 1, 2017 vs. UTEP Sept. 6, 2013 at Drake Sept. 2, 2012 vs. E. Washington Aug. 31, 2012 vs. Nebraska-Omaha Aug. 24, 2012 vs. Mont. St.-Billings Oct. 16, 2011 vs. TCU Sept., 23, 2011 vs. South Dakota Sept. 18, 2011 vs. CS-Pueblo Nov. 3, 2007 vs. Utah Oct. 30, 2004 vs. New Mexico Oct. 21, 2004 vs. BYU Oct. 13, 2000 vs. South Alabama

8 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Points 1. Sept. 14, 2003 at Jackson State 2. Aug. 29, 2008 vs. South Dakota 3. Sept. 21, 2007 vs. Jacksonville 4. Oct. 12, 2014 vs. Airforce Aug. 24, 2012 vs. Mont. St.-Billings Oct. 13, 2000 vs. South Alabama 6. Sept. 6, 2013 at Drake 7. Oct. 29, 2011 vs. Air Force Oct. 10, 2004 vs. Northern Arizona 9. Nov.3, 2007 vs. Utah 10.Aug. 27, 2010 vs. Buffalo Sept. 30, 2005 vs. S. Dakota State

26 20 18 16 16 16 14 13 13 12 11 11

Shots 1. Sept. 14, 2003 at Jackson State 2. Sept. 10, 2000 vs. Portland State 3. Aug. 29, 2004 vs. Eastern Washington 4. Aug. 27, 2005 vs. Charleston South 5. Aug. 29, 2008 vs. South Dakota Oct. 31, 1999 vs. Eastern Washington 7. Sept. 18, 2015 vs. Idaho State Sept. 4, 2015 vs. Morehead St. Sept. 25, 2011 vs. Creighton Sept. 21, 2007 vs. Jacksonville Oct. 13, 2000 vs. South Alabama 10. Sept. 8, 2006 vs. Miami (Ohio) Sept. 15, 2002 vs. Northern Iowa

44 34 33 28 27 27 25 25 25 25 25 24 24

Miscellaneous Records Consecutive Wins 1. 2012 (Aug. 19 - Sept. 6) 2. 2014 (Oct. 5 - Oct. 19) 2009 (Sept. 27 - Oct. 10) 2003 (Oct. 5 - Oct. 19)

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4. 2006 (Sept. 15 - Sept. 27) 2005 (Oct. 21 - Oct. 30)

4 4

Consecutive Home Wins 1. 2014 2. 2012 2003 5. 2017 2016 2015 2009 2008 2005 2004 2000

6 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Consecutive Conference Wins 1. 2014 2. 2016 2015 2011 2009 2005 2003 8. 2017 2013 2007 (twice) 2008

5 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

Consecutive Non-Losses 1. 2011 (Sept. 11 - Oct. 16) (6 W, 3 T) 2. 2015 (Aug. 21-Sept. 11) (3W, 3T) 2012 (Aug. 19 - Oct. 6) (6 W) 2004 (Aug. 29 - Sept. 17) (3 W, 3 T) 5. 2009 (Aug. 28 - Sept. 11) (4 W, 1 T) 2003 (Oct. 5 - Oct. 19) (5 W) 2014 (Oct. 5 - Oct. 19) (5 W)

9 6 6 6 5 5 5

Consecutive Conference Non-Losses 1. 2004 (3 W, 3 T) 2. 2014 (5 W) 3. 2016, 2013, 2011 (3 W, 1 T) 5. 2003, 2005, 2006, 2009 (1 W, 2 T) 2017 (2 W, 1T) 9. 2007, 2008, 2010 (1 W, 1 T)

6 5 4 3 3 2

Consecutive Games with at least one goal 1. 2008 (Sept. 5 - Oct. 10) 10 2. 2014 (Oct. 5 - Nov. 8) 9 2. 2017 (Oct. 1-Oct. 27) 8 2004 (Aug. 19 - Sept. 17) 8 3. 2016, 2012 7 4. 2003, 2009, 2010, 2011 6 Consecutive Shutouts 1. 2016 (Oct. 21-28) 2005 (Oct. 21-28) 2008 (Sept. 12-19 and Oct. 3-10) 3. 2000, 2003-04, 2006-07 2009, 2014, 2015 (Sept. 27-Oct. 2)

3 3 3 2 2

Fastest Wyoming Back-to-Back Goals 1. 10-5-07 vs. Northern Colorado 2. 10-10-04 vs. Northern Arizona 3. 10-7-16 vs. Air Force 3. 9-1-00 vs. Eastern Washington 4. 10-30-04 vs. New Mexico 5. 9-14-03 vs. Jackson State

0:23 1:00 1:04 1:13 1:17 1:20

Fastest Wyoming-Opponent Goal Span 1. Oct. 19, 1997 vs. Tulsa 2. Sept. 13, 2002 vs. Ole Miss 3. Sept. 8, 1996 vs. Montana 4. Oct. 15, 2017 vs. Boise State

0:24 0:33 0:34 0:45

Fastest Opponent-Wyoming Goal Span 1. Oct. 7, 2016 vs. Air Force 0:28 2. Oct. 21, 2001 vs. UNLV 0:29 3. Sept. 5, 2010 vs. Kennesaw State 0:33 Fastest Opponent Back-to-Back Goals 1. Oct. 21, 1999 vs. BYU 2. Sept. 17, 1995 vs. Creighton 3. Sept. 24, 1995 vs. Nebraska 4. Sept. 26, 1997 vs. San Jose State 5. Sept. 13, 1996 vs. BYU

0:10 0:22 0:39 0:39 0:54

Home Attendance 1. Sept. 2, 1995 vs. Utah 2. Sept. 4, 1995 vs. BYU 3. Oct. 29, 1995 vs. Denver 4. Sept. 14, 2012 vs. Colorado 5. Sept. 30, 2011 vs. Boise State 6. Sept. 8, 1996 vs. Montana 7. Sept. 10, 2017 vs. UNC 8. Sept. 24, 2010 vs. Boise State

1,083 721 612 601 580 495 478 454

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Wyoming Soccer Records 9. Aug. 27, 2005 vs. Charleston South 10. Sept. 29, 2017 vs. Fresno State 9. Sept. 6, 2015 vs. Drake 10. Sept. 2, 2001 vs. Colorado 12. Sept. 23, 2011 vs. South Dakota

450 441 438 437 427

Highest Ranking No. 9 (West Region) - NSCAA - 2011 Versus Ranked Opponents (1-20-1) 10/24/14 at. No. 24 SDSU 9/27/13 at No. 14 Portland 10/19/12 at No. 7 San Diego State 10/24/10 No. 17 New Mexico 10/2/10 No. 12 BYU 10/3/09 at No. 9 BYU 10/10/08 No. 29 TCU 10/25/06 No. 23 BYU 10/27/06 at No. 11 Utah 10/19/06 at No. 17 BYU 10/2/06 at No. 16 Colorado 9/3/06 at No. 21 Wake Forest 10/17/05 at No. 13 BYU 10/25/03 at No. 16 Utah 10/23/03 No. 20 BYU 9/12/03 at No. 25 Ole Miss 9/9/03 No. 16 Colorado 10/2/02 at No. 20 Denver 10/21/00 No. 15 BYU 11/3/99 No. 23 BYU 10/21/99 at No. 19 BYU 10/24/97 at No. 17 SMU

L, 2-5 L, 4-2 L, 3-1 T, 1-1 L, 4-1 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 5-1 L, 3-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 4-1 L, 1-0 L, 7-0 L, 2-1

Career Records Goalkeeper Saves 1. Amanda Vandervort, 1997-00 2. Lori Scheider, 2001-03 3. Courtney Merkle, 2009-12 4. Ashley Sheppard, 2004-2007 5. Bobbie Mack, 1995-96 6. Georgia Rowntree, 2014-17 7. Katie Dorais, 1996-97 8. Sarah Kuyper, 1999-02 9. Jaime Scarcliff, 2005-08

393 324 318 317 273 209 190 149 147

Goals Against Average (1,000 min) 1. Cassidy Entsminger, 2015 2. Georgia Rowntree, 2014-present 3. Jaime Scarcliff, 2005-08 4. Ashley Sheppard, 2004-07 5. Courtney Merkle, 2009-12 6. Alex Boehm, 2013-Pres. 7. Lori Scheider, 2001-03 8. Amanda Vandevort, 1997-00 9. Sarah Kuyper, 1999-02 10. Bobbie Mack, 1995-96

0.66 1.10 1.12 1.14 1.21 1.43 1.76 1.99 2.01 2.14

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 1. Courtney Merkle, 2009-12 2. Ashley Sheppard, 2004-2007 3. Amanda Vandervort, 1997-00 4. Georgia Rowntree, 2014-17 5. Lori Scheider, 2001-03 6. Jaime Scarcliff, 2005-2008 7. Bobbie Mack, 1995-96 8. Katie Dorais, 1996-97 9. Alex Boehm, 2013-15

6,398 5,039 4,685 4,820 3,986 3,549 2,232 1,960 1,831

Goalkeeper Shutouts 1. Ashley Sheppard, 2004-07 2. Courtney Merkle, 2009-12 3. Georgia Rowntree, 2014-16 4. Lori Scheider, 2001-03 5. Amanda Vandervort, 1997-00 6. Jaime Scarcliff, 2005-08

19 18 14 11 10 9

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Single Season Records Goalkeeper Saves 1. Bobbie Mack, 1995 2. Amanda Vandervort, 2000 3. Amanda Vandervort, 1999 Lori Scheider, 2003 5. Amanda Vandervort, 1998 6. Lori Scheider, 2002 7. Katie Dorais, 1997 8. Bobbie Mack, 1996 9. Ashley Sheppard, 2004 10. Courtney Merkle, 2009

161 135 133 133 130 129 120 112 102 96

Goals Against Average (500 min.) 1. Cassidy Entsminger, 2015 2. Courtney Merkle, 2011 3. Jamie Scarcliff, 2005 4. Georgia Rowntree, 2015 Courtney Merkle, 2009 5. Ashley Sheppard, 2005 Jaime Scarcliff, 2008 7. Ashley Sheppard, 2006 8. Georgia Rowntree, 2016 9. Ashley Sheppard, 2007 10. Ashley Sheppard, 2004

0.66 0.78 0.93 1.00 1.00 1.05 1.05 1.07 1.12 1.17 1.26

Save Percentage (500 min.) 1. Ashley Sheppard, 2006 (87 saves) 2. Lori Scheider, 2003 (133 saves) 3. Courtney Merkle, 2011 (87 saves) 4. Lori Scheider, 2001 (62 saves) 5. Cassidy Entsminger, 2015 (41 saves) 6. Ashley Sheppard, 2005 (68 saves)

.861 .847 .845 .838 .837 .829

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 1. Courtney Merkle, 2011 2. Georgia Rowntree, 2016 3. Alex Boehm, 2013 4. Courtney Merkle, 2009 5. Jaime Scarcliff, 2008 6. Georgia Rowntree, 2017 Lori Scheider, 2002 7. Amanda Vandervort, 2000 8. Lori Scheider, 2003 9. Courtney Merkle, 2010 10. Ashley Sheppard, 2004

1,856 1,852 1,831 1,801 1,713 1,707 1,707 1,680 1,630 1,615 1,573

Goalkeeper Shutouts 1. Georgia Rowntree, 2016 2. Jaime Scarcliff, 2008 Lori Scheider, 2003 4. Courtney Merkle, 2011 Ashley Sheppard, 2005 6. Georgia Rowtree, 2017 Ashley Sheppard, 2006 Courtney Merkle, 2009, 2010

8 7 7 6 6 5 5 5

Single Game Records Goalkeeper Saves 1. Bobbie Mack, 10-18-96, vs. Tulsa 2. Bobbie Mack, 10-14-95, vs. Colorado Coll. 3. Bobbie Mack, 10-6-95, vs. Pacific 4. Sarah Kuyper, 9-28-01, vs. C.S. Full. 5. Sarah Kuyper, 11-3-99 vs. BYU 6. Amanda Vandervort, 8-29-99 vs Kansas 7. Amanda Vandervort, 10-6-98 vs AFA 8. Katie Dorais, 9-26-97 vs. San Jose St. Lori Scheider, 10-14-01 vs Colorado Col 9-13-02 vs Mississippi 11-6-02 vs Utah Ashley Sheppard, 10-19-06 vs. BYU

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Wyoming Honors & Awards Offensive Player of the Year Tamika Wilson 2007 Kaitlyn Lomsnes 2014

Western Athletic All-Conference All-WAC First Team-Mountain Division 1996 Sarah Greer

Freshman West Player of the Year Sara Paul 2011

All-WAC Second Team-Mtn. Division 1997 Molly McBride 1998 Erica Campbell Katrina Morton

MW Coach of the Year Anne Moore Danny Sanchez Pete Cuadrado

2003 2011 2014

Soccer Buzz All-Region (Central Region-Freshman Team) Kristen Stangl 2003 (Central Region-Third Team) Tamika Wilson 2007 NSCAA All-Region Pacific Region-Second Team Kaitlyn Lomsnes 2014 Pacific Region-Third Team Allison Masumiya Shaina Ashouri Alisha Bass

2011 2015 2015

MW Offensive Players of the Week Shaina Ashouri, Sept. 7, 2015 Loren Mahoney, Oct. 14, 2013 Sara Paul, Oct. 3, 2011 Liz O’Reilly, Oct. 25, 2010 Amanda Lathrop, Sept. 15, 2008 Tamika Wilson, Nov. 5, 2007 Comfort Adetoye, Oct. 8, 2007 Mercy Adetoye, Oct. 24, 2005 Mari Gomes, Aug. 30, 2004 Mercy Adetoye, Oct. 13, 2003 Mari Gomes, Sept. 8, 2003 Kelly McShane, Oct. 16, 2000 MW Defensive Players of the Week Taylor Burton, Oct. 2, 2017 Georgia Rowtree, Septe. 4, 2017 Georgia Rowntree, Sept. 12, 2016 Kimmy Burbank, Sept. 14, 2015 Courtney Merkle, Oct. 1, 2012 Courtney Merkle, Oct. 17, 2011 Courtney Merkle, Nov. 1, 2010 Courtney Merkle, Oct. 25, 2010 Laine Hubbard, Oct. 6, 2008 Kara Walters, Oct. 24, 2005 Ashley Sheppard, Sept. 27, 2004 Lori Scheider, Oct. 20, 2003 Lori Scheider, Oct. 13, 2003 WAC Players of the Week Amanda Vandervort, Sept. 21, 1998 MW All-Tournament Team 1999 Sarah Kuyper 2006 Amanda Lathrop 2011 Allison Masumiya Ashlyn Mazur 2014 Alex Boehm Alison Clarke Kasey Curtis

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Academic All-Western Athletic 1996 Jennifer Bahr Melissa Jones Jenny Millard 1997 Jennifer Bahr Jenny Grant Jenny Millard

Mountain West Conference All-MW First Team 1999 Nan Sommer 2003 Mercy Adetoye Kristin Stangl Lori Scheider 2004 Mercy Adetoye 2005 Mercy Adetoye 2007 Tamika Wilson 2008 Amanda Lathrop 2011 Allison Masumiya Sara Paul 2013 Lucie McDowell 2014 Kaitlyn Lomsnes 2015 Shaina Ashouri

1998 Jenny Grant Nan Sommer Amanda Vandervort Academic All-Mountain West 1999 Rachael Brink Fr. 3.67 Undeclared Marci Crank Fr. 3.00 Undeclared Katherine Groke Fr. 3.31 Communications Anne Maddock Jr. 3.50 Elementary Education Kelly McShane Jr. 3.15 Business Laura Miceli So. 3.64 Undeclared Jessica Piccone So. 3.69 Undeclared Meredith Russo Fr. 3.06 Broadcasting Nanette Sommer Sr. 3.38 Exercise Physiology Sarah Stephens Fr. 3.36 Elementary Education Amanda Vandervort Jr. 3.53 Journalism

All-MW Second Team 2000 Kelly McShane 2001 Jessica Piconne 2002 Kelly McKay Lori Scheider 2003 Mari Gomes Lindsey Vossbrink Kara Walters 2005 Kara Walters 2006 Emily Layton 2007 Amanda Lathrop 2009 Emma Wilson Nicole Rice 2010 Liz O’Reilly Jenny Johnson 2011 Kayla Davis 2013 Sara Paul 2014 Allison Clark

2000 Kelly Anderson Fr. 3.50 Comm. & Mass Media Jennifer Barksdale Fr. 3.33 Undeclared Jennifer Barnes Fr. 4.00 Undeclared Sarah Kuyper So. 3.21 Exercise & Sport Sci. Anne Maddock Sr. 3.62 Elementary Education Kelly McShane Sr. 3.19 Marketing Laura Miceli Jr. 3.67 Elementary Education Lauren O’Hara So. 3.54 Undeclared Jessica Piccone Jr. 3.66 Marketing Meredith Russo So. 3.38 Broadcasting Lindsay Schmidt Fr. 3.08 Undeclared Sarah Stephens So. 3.45 Elementary Education Amanda Vandervort Sr. 3.66 Journalism

All-MW Honorable Mention 2015 Alisha Bass Cassidy Entsminger All-MW Newcomer Team 2016 Michaela Stark 2017 Brittney Stark Academic All-District VII 2007 Tamika Wilson, Second Team 2015 Laurel Ramer, First Team 2016 Laurel Ramer, First Team 2017 Georgie Rowntree, Second Team NSCAA Team Academic Awards 2014 Wyoming, 3.40 gpa NSCAA Academic All-American 2003 Lori Scheider, Second Team NSCAA Scholar-Athlete 2000 Annie Maddock, 3.67 gpa 2003 Lori Scheider, 3.34 gpa

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2008 Bostyn Burger So. 3.46 Math/Science Education Tamika Davis Sr. 3.43 Math/Science Education Tanya Halliday Sr. 3.81 Family & Consumer Sci. Morgan Johnson Jr. 3.26 Kines & Health Prom. Amanda Lathrop Jr. 3.19 Criminal Justice Emily Layton Jr. 3.49 Civil Engineering Allison Masumiya Fr. 3.00 Elementary Education Jamie Scarcliff Sr. 3.73 Physical Education Cassandra Sheffield Fr. 3.21 Kines & Health Prom. Corey Thieman Sr. 3.70 Elementary Education

2003 Chelsey Anderson Fr. 3.00 Biology Jennifer Barksdale Sr. 3.55 Exercise Science Darci Ferrell Jr. 3.07 Psychology Tuva Gulbrandsen Gr. 3.94 E-Business Jennifer Kinner Sr. 3.22 Exercise Science Renee Minero Sr. 3.48 Elementary/Special Ed. Meghan Racette Jr. 3.24 Psychology Lori Scheider Sr. 3.30 Criminal Justice Kara Walters Jr. 3.16 Nursing 2004 Chelsey Anderson So. 3.395 Kinesiology & Health Darci Ferrell Sr. 3.248 Psychology Mari Gomes Sr. 3.121 Psychology Meghan Racette Sr. 3.248 Psychology Ashley Sheppard Fr. 3.077 Undecided Sarah Skinner Sr. 3.139 Elementary Education Andrea Soltau Fr. 3.800 Math Education Kara Walters Sr. 3.162 Nursing 2005 Christina Best Jr. 3.19 Elementary Education Jennifer Bucher Fr. 3.36 Undeclared Carolyn Clarke Jr. 3.29 Nursing Amanda Lathrop Fr. 3.07 Criminal Justice Jamie Scarcliff Fr. 3.75 Physical Education Rachel Schetrom Jr. 3.07 Sec. Educ./English Ashley Sheppard So. 3.07 Secondary Education Andrea Soltau So. 3.48 Math Education Kristen Stangl Sr. 3.10 Psychology Corey Thieman Fr. 3.50 Undeclared Kara Walters So. 3.22 Nursing Tamika Wilson Fr. 3.92 Math Education 2006 Cristina Best Jr. 3.17 Elementary Education Carolyn Clarke Jr. 3.42 Nursing Halee Davis So. 3.66 Undeclared Katie Groy So. 3.45 Marketing Amanda Lathrop So. 3.14 Criminal Justice Emily Layton Fr. 3.38 Civil Engineering Kelsey Lindner Fr. 3.50 Undeclared Ashley Sheppard So. 3.46 Elementary Education Kristen Stangl Gr. 3.13 Counseling Corey Thieman So. 3.69 Undeclared Tamika Wilson So. 3.51 Secondary Education Emma Wilson Fr. 3.54 Undeclared 2007 Bostyn Burger Fr. 3.46 Accounting Kayla Davis Fr. 3.00 Undeclared Tanya Halliday Jr. 3.78 Family & Comsumer Sci. Amanda Lathrop Jr. 3.10 Criminal Justice Emily Layton So. 3.36 Civil Engineering Rachel Schetrom Sr. 3.13 Elementary Education Ashley Sheppard Jr. 3.56 Elementary Education Andrea Soltau Sr. 3.44 Math/Science Education Corey Thieman Jr. 3.62 Elementary Education Tamika Wilson Jr. 3.42 Math/Science Education Emma Wilson So. 3.05 Secondary Education

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2009 Catherine Amsberry Jr. 3.48 Psychology Bostyn Burger Jr. 3.36 Secondary Ed - Math Mara Cosgrove Fr. 3.36 Psychology Kerstyn Etheridge Sr. 3.00 Elementary Education Shalayne Janis So. 3.25 Elementary Education Morgan Johnson Sr. 3.57 Kines. & Heath Prom. Emily Layton Sr. 3.61 Civil Engineering Nicole Rice Sr. 3.02Kines. & Health Promotion 2010 Catherine Amsberry Sr. 3.47 Psychology Bostyn Burger Sr. 3.33 Secondary Ed. - Math Kayla Davis Jr. 3.27 Communication Shalayne Janis So. 3.43 Elementary Education Sydney Jones So. 3.30 Zoology Allison Masumiya Jr. 3.00 Elementary Education Cassandra Sheffield So. 3.27 Kines. & Health Prom. 2011 Hayley Charlton Fr. 3.07 Kinesiology & Hlth Prom. Kasey Curtis Fr. 3.77 Journalism Kayla Davis Sr. 3.33 Communication Sydney Jones Jr. 3.46 Zoology Loren Mahoney Fr. 3.75 Kinesiology & Hlth Prom. Allison Masumiya Sr. 3.21 Elementary Education Sheree Small Fr. 3.25 Undeclared 2012 Hayley Charlton So. --Kines. & Health Promotion Mara Cosgrove So. -- Microbiology Kasey Curtis So. -- Journalism Sydney Jones Sr. --Zoology/Envir. & Nat. Res. Loren Mahoney So. --Kines. & Health Promotion Carmen McDermott So. -- Psychology Lucie McDowell So. -- Criminal Justice Olivia Mohtadi Jr. --Kines. & Health Promotion Mollee Ramsay Fr. -- Health Sciences Amy Sarandopoulos Sr. -- Sociology Cassandra Sheffield Sr. --Kines. & Health Promotion Sheree Small So. -- Elementary Education 2013 Hayley Charlton Fr. 3.07Kinesiology and Hlth Prom Kasey Curtis Fr. 3.77 Journalism Kayla Davis Sr. 3.33 Communication Sydney Jones Jr. 3.46 Zoology Loren Mahoney Fr. 3.75Kinesiology and Hlth Prom. Allison Masumiya Sr. 3.21 Elementary Education Sheree Small Fr. 3.25 Undeclared

Sammi Dunda So. -- Kinesiology Kaitlyn Lomsnes Fr. -- Animal & Vet Sciences Katie Marcheso So. -- Kinesiology Mandy Meyer So. -- Physiology Laurel Ramer So. -- Pharmacy Georgia Rowntree Fr. -- Kinesiology Shelby Shorb So. -- Kinesiolog 2015 Alisha Bass So. 3.83 Business Kimmy Burbank So. 3.71 Physiology Annika Clayton Fr. 3.87 Physiology Sammi Dunda Jr. 3.70 Kinesiology Cassidy Entsminger Fr. 3.29 Pre-Nursing Jessie Gentle Fr. 4.00 Kinesiology Summer Halle So. 3.64 Kinesiology Kaitlyn Lomsnes So. 3.58 Animal & Veterinary Sci. Katie Marcheso Jr. 3.78 Kinesiology Mandy Meyer Jr. 3.60 Physiology Alyssa Murray Fr. 3.33 Kinesiology Laurel Ramer Jr. 4.00 Professional Pharmacy Georgia Rowntree So. 3.84 Kinesiology Candace Sciberras WYO So. 3.46 Human Nutrition 2016 Alisha Bass WYO Jr. 3.82 Management Kimberly Burbank WYO Jr. 3.70 Physiology Taylor Burton WYO So. 3.17 Undeclared Annika Clayton WYO So. 3.28 Physiology Samantha Dunda WYO Sr. 3.69 Kinesiology Jessica Gentle WYO So. 3.89 Kinesiology Summer Halle WYO Jr. 3.66 Kinesiology Anne Hinman WYO Sr. 3.13 Communication Charlotte Hume WYO So. 3.98 Kinesiology Katie Marcheso WYO Sr. 3.73 Kinesiology Amanda Meyer WYO Sr. 3.51 Physiology Brooklynn Mooney WYO Fr. 3.28 Kinesiology Alyssa Murray WYO So. 3.14 Kinesiology Claire Parker WYO Jr. 3.11 Kinesiology Laurel Ramer WYO Sr. 4.00 Profess. Pharmacy Georgia Rowntree WYO Jr. 3.90 Kinesiology Michaela Stark WYO Fr. 3.45 Undeclared 2017 Alisha Bass Sr. 3.84 Management, Finance Taylor Burton Jr. 3.50 Elementary Education Annika Clayton Jr. 3.14 International Studies Jessica Gentle Jr. 3.94 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Summer Halle Sr. 3.69 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Carlee Martin So. 3.20 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Brooklynn Mooney So. 3.02 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Alyssa Murray Jr. 3.09 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Claire Parker Sr. 3.11 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Georgia Rowntree Sr. 3.92 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Brittney Stark Jr. 3.65 Elementary Education Michaela Stark So. 3.25 Kinesiology & Hlth Promo. Summer Taube So. 3.94 Physiology Elaine Webber Fr. 3.45 Physiology

2014 Alisha Bass Fr. -- Business Administration Alex Boehm Sr. -- Business Administration Kimmy Burbank Fr. -- Kinesiology Brooklyn Chambers So. -- Secondary Educat./English Hayley Charlton Sr. -- Kinesiology Kayla Cryer Fr. -- Pre-Nursing Kasey Curtis Sr. -- Accounting

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Season-by-Season Results Liza Grant 1995-1998 8-66-0, .108 Record Four Seasons 1995 Season Results (0-20-0 overall/na-conf.) Date Opponent Sept. 2 Utah* Sept. 4 BYU* Sept. 9 Cal. St.-Northridge Sept. 10 Tulsa Sept. 16 at Arkansas Sept. 17 vs. Creighton+ Sept. 22 at Creighton Sept. 24 at Nebraska Sept. 30 vs. Gonzaga^ Oct. 1 at Montana Oct. 5 at San Jose State Oct. 6 at Pacific Oct. 8 at Sacramento State Oct. 14 at Colorado College Oct. 19 at New Mexico* Oct. 21 vs. Texas Tech$ Oct. 22 vs. UC-Irvine$ Oct. 29 Denver Nov. 1 vs. BYU% Nov. 2 vs. Utah% * Western Athletic Conference Game % WAC Tournament Game + Game Played in Fayetteville, Ark. ^ Game Played in Missoula, Mont. $ Game Played in Albuquerque, N.M.

Result L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-8 L, 0-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-3 L, 0-1 L, 0-1 L, 2-3 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-7 L, 0-1

1996 Season Results (2-18-0 overall, 0-6-0/7th WAC-Mtn.) Date Opponent Sept. 1 Southern Colorado Sept. 6 Arkansas Sept. 8 Montana Sept. 13 at BYU Sept. 15 vs. Pepperdine+ Sept. 20 Utah State# Sept. 22 San Jose State# Sept. 25 at Colorado Sept. 29 vs. Stanford^ Sept. 30 at Arizona Oct. 6 Weber State Oct. 11 SMU* Oct. 13 TCU* Oct. 16 Air Force* Oct. 18 at Tulsa* Oct. 20 at Oral Roberts Oct. 25 at UTEP* Oct. 27 at New Mexico* Nov. 2 vs. Wisc.-Green Bay$ Nov. 3 at Kansas + Game Played in Provo, Utah # Cowgirl Classic Tournament ^ Game Played in Tuscon, Ariz. * Western Althetic Conference Game % WAC Tournament Game $ Game Played in Lawrence, Kan.

Result W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-4 L, 0-12 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 L, 0-5 L, 1-4 L, 0-6 L, 0-2 L, 0-1 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 0-4 L, 0-2 L, 2-4 L, 0-1 L, 1-2

1997 Season Results (1-16-0 overall, 0-6-0/7th WAC-Mtn.) Date Aug. 24 Aug. 29 Aug. 31

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Result W, 10-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

Sept. 5 at Georgia L, 1-3 Sept. 7 at Auburn L, 0-7 Sept. 12 at Utah State L, 2-3 Sept. 14 at Utah L, 0-7 Sept. 21 Colorado College L, 1-2(2OT) Sept. 25 at San Francisco L, 0-4 Sept. 26 at San Jose State L 1-6 Oct. 4 at Denver L, 0-1 Oct. 5 Colorado W, 2-1 Oct. 10 UTEP* L, 0-1 Oct. 12 New Mexico* L, 0-5 Oct. 15 at Air Force* L, 2-4 Oct. 19 Tulsa* L, 1-9 Oct. 24 SMU* L, 1-2 Oct. 26 TCU* L, 0-2 * Western Athletic Conference Game % WAC Tournament Game 1998 Season Results (5-12-0 overall, 1-5-0/7th WAC-Mtn.) Date Opponent Result Aug. 24 Regis (exh.) W, 1-0 Aug. 28 Denver (exh.) L, 0-3 Sept. 1 at Colorado College L, 1-2 Sept. 4 Arizona W, 1-0 Sept. 6 Auburn L, 0-2 Sept. 12 at Weber State L, 0-2 Sept. 18 at Wright State W, 3-0 Sept. 20 Pacific L, 0-1 Sept. 27 Pittsburgh W, 2-0 Oct. 1 at UNLV L, 1-2 (OT) Oct. 2 vs. Loyola Marymount L, 0-2 Oct. 6 Air Force Academy* L, 1-2 (OT) Oct. 8 at Tulsa* L, 0-2 Oct. 10 at Drury L, 0-3 Oct. 16 TCU* W, 4-1 Oct. 18 SMU* L, 0-3 Oct. 23 at New Mexico* L, 0-2 Oct. 25 at UTEP* L, 0-3 Nov. 1 Kansas W, 1-0 * Western Athletic Conference Game % WAC Tournament Game

Anne Moore 1999-2007 63-91-17, .411 Record Nine Seasons 1999 Season Results (4-14-1 overall, 1-5-0 MW/T-5th) Date Aug. 21 Aug. 22 0-1Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 17

Opponent Result Northern Colorado (exh.) W, 2-0 Mesa State (exh.) L, at Creighton L, 2-3 at Kansas L, 1-4 Denver T, 1-1 (2OT) Colorado College L, 0-1 at Colorado L, 1-2 at Gonzaga L, 0-4 at Washington State L, 0-3 Oral Roberts W, 1-0 Idaho State W, 3-2 at Arizona State L, 1-5 at Arizona L, 1-3 UNLV* L, 2-3 San Diego State* L, 0-6 at Air Force* L, 1-2 at New Mexico* W, 1-0

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Oct. 21 at BYU* Oct. 23 at Utah* Oct. 31 at Eastern Washington Nov. 3 vs. BYU% * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game

L, 0-7 L, 0-3 W, 2-1 L, 0-1

2000 Season Results (7-11-1 overall, 0-6-0 MW/7th) Date Opponent Result Aug. 19 Northern Colorado (exh.) L, 1-4 Aug. 22 Northern State (exh.) W, 6-0 Aug. 26 vs. Boise State W, 2-1 (2 OT) Aug. 27 at Hawaii L, 0-2 Sept. 1 Eastern Washington W, 5-1 Sept. 3 at Sacramento State T, 2-2 Sept. 8 Marshall L, 0-1 Sept. 10 Portland State W, 5-1 Sept. 15 at Pittsburgh W 1-0 (OT) Sept. 17 at West Virginia L, 0-4 Sept. 22 Creighton W, 3-0 Sept. 30 at Idaho State W, 2-0 Oct. 6 at UNLV* L, 0-1 Oct. 8 at San Diego State* L, 1-2 Oct. 13 South Alabama W, 6-0 Oct. 15 New Mexico* L, 1-0 Oct. 19 Utah* L, 2-3 Oct. 21 BYU* L, 1-4 Oct. 25 Air Force* L, 0-2 Oct. 29 Colorado College L, 0-3 Nov. 1 vs. Utah% L, 0-4 * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game 2001 Season Results (4-11-3, 1-3-2 MW/T-6th) Date Opponent Aug. 31 Southwest Texas Sept. 2 Colorado Sept. 7 at Alabama Sept. 9 at South Alabama Sept. 21 at Weber State Sept. 23 at Utah State Sept. 28 at Cal-State Fullerton Sept. 30 at UC Riverside Oct. 7 Denver Oct. 12 at New Mexico* Oct. 14 at Colorado College Oct. 19 San Diego State* Oct. 21 UNLV* Oct. 25 at Utah* Oct. 27 at BYU* Nov. 2 Air Force* Nov. 4 San Francisco Nov. 7 vs. UNLV% * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game

Result W, 1-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 T, 1-1 (OT) L,1-2 (OT) W, 2-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 T, 0-0 (OT) L, 1-3 T, 1-1 (OT) L, 2-3 (OT) L, 2-8 L, 0-6 W, 1-0 W, 4-2 L, 0-1

2002 Season Results (4-13-2, 0-6-0 MW/7th) Date Aug. 24 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Oct. 2 Oct. 6

Opponent Result Northern Colorado (exh.) T, 3-3 vs. Alabama-Birmingham^ L, 0-3 at Hawaii^ L, 2-5 at Colorado L, 0-1 Sacramento State W, 4-1 Mississippi T, 2-2 (2 OT) Northern Iowa W, 3-0 Weber State L, 1-2 Utah State W, 1-0 at Portland State L, 0-1 at Denver L, 0-2 North Texas W, 3-1

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Season-by-Season Results Oct. 10 Utah* L, 1-4 Oct. 12 BYU* L, 0-1 Oct. 18 at San Diego State* L, 1-2 Oct. 20 at UNLV* L, 1-2 Oct. 24 at Colorado College cancelled Oct. 27 New Mexico* L, 0-1 Nov. 1 Northwestern T, 1-1(OT) Nov. 3 at Air Force* L, 0-3 Nov. 7 vs. Utah% L, 0-1 ^ OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi Tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game 2003 Season Results (10-9-0, 4-2-0 MW/Tie 2nd) Date Opponent Result Aug. 21 Regis University (exh.) T, 2-2 Aug. 24 Colorado College (exh.) L, 1-3 Aug. 29 Georgia L, 0-3 Sept. 2 Northern Colorado W, 1-0 Sept. 5 Alabama W, 2-1 Sept. 9 Colorado L, 1-2 Sept. 12 at Mississippi L, 1-3 Sept. 14 at Jackson State W, 9-1 Sept 19 at Drake W, 1-0 Seot. 21 at Creighton L, 0-2 Sept. 26 UC Riverside L, 0-2 Oct. 3 at Gonzaga L, 0-1 Oct. 5 at Eastern Washington W, 1-0 Oct. 10 UNLV* W, 1-0 Oct. 12 San Diego State* W, 3-1 Oct. 17 at New Mexico W, 1-0 Oct. 19 Air Force* W, 2-0 Oct. 23 at BYU* L, 1-5 Oct. 25 at Utah* L, 0-2 Nov. 2 Denver W, 1-0 Nov. 5 vs. New Mexico% L, 1-2 (2OT) * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game 2004 Season Results (9-7-4, 3-3-0 MW/5th) Date Opponent Result Aug. 19 Colorado College (exh.) W, 3-0 Aug. 27 Gonzaga L, 1-3 Aug. 29 Eastern Washington W, 2-1 (OT) Sept. 3 Delaware at Wyoming$ T, 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 5 Vermont at Wyoming$ T, 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 10 vs. Charleston Southern^ W, 1-0 Sept. 12 vs. Illinois State^ W, 1-0 Sept. 17 vs. Denver# T, 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 19 vs. Louisiana State# L, 0-1 Sept. 22 at Northern Colorado W, 1-0 (2OT) Sept. 26 Cal State Fullerton W, 1-0 Oct. 1 at Oregon L, 1-3 Oct. 3 at Portland State T, 2-2 (2OT) Oct. 8 at Air Force* W, 1-0 Oct. 10 Northern Arizona W, 4-0 Oct 15 at San Diego State* L, 1-0 Oct. 17 at UNLV L, 1-3 Oct. 21 BYU* W, 3-2 (OT) Oct. 23 Utah* L, 0-2 Oct. 30 New Mexico* W, 5-1 Nov. 3 vs. Utah % L, 0-1 $Brown and Gold Shootout ^ La Quinta Mountain Classic in Flagstaff, Ariz. # Colorado Soccer Classic in Boulder, Colo. * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game

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2005 Season Results (9-7-3, 4-3-0 MW/4th) Date Opponent Result Aug. 27 Charleston Southern W, 3-0 Sept. 2 vs. Northeastern$ W, 4-2 Sept. 4 vs. Colorado$ T, 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 9 at Tulsa T, 2-2 (2OT) Sept. 11 vs. Oral Roberts# L, 0-1 Sept. 16 Portland State W, 1-0 Sept. 23 at Old Dominion L, 1-5 Sept. 25 at William and Mary T, 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 30 S. Dakota State^ W, 4-0 Oct. 2 Oregon^ L, 0-1 Oct. 7 San Diego State* W, 1-0 Oct. 9 UNLV* L, 0-1 Oct. 13 at Utah* L, 0-2 Oct 15 at BYU* L, 0-2 Oct. 21 New Mexico* W, 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 23 TCU* W, 2-0 Oct. 28 at Air Force* W, 3-0 Oct. 30 Northern Colorado W, 2-1 Nov. 2 vs. New Mexico % L, 0-1 $ Denver Classic # Game Played at Univ. of Tulsa ^ UniWyo Cowgirl Shootout * Mountain West Conference Game % MWC Tournament Game 2006 Season Results (7-9-3, 2-3-2 MWC/Tie 5th) Date Opponent Result Aug. 25 vs. Tulsa# L, 1-3 Aug. 27 vs. Montana# W, 1-0 Sept. 1 at North Carolina St. T, 0-0 (2 OT) Sept. 3 at. Wake Forest L, 1-3 Sept. 8 Miami (Ohio) L, 1-2 Sept. 10 Old Dominion L ,0-1 (2 OT) Sept. 15 vs. Nevada^ W, 2-1 (OT) Sept. 17 vs. Boise State^ W, 2-1 Sept. 24 Idaho State W, 1-0 Sept. 27 at Northern Colorado W, 1-0 Oct. 1 at Colorado L, 0-2 Oct. 6 New Mexico* T ,1-1 (2 OT) Oct. 8 Air Force* W, 3-1 Oct. 13 at TCU* T, 1-1 (2 OT) Oct. 15 San Diego State* L, 2-0 Oct. 19 at BYU* L, 0-3 Oct. 22 at UNLV* W, 1-0 Oct. 27 at Utah* L, 0-1 Nov. 1 vs. UNLV% L, 0-1 * Mountain West Conference Games # UniWyo Cowgirl Classic ^ Nevada Tournament % MWC Tournament Game 2007 Season Results (9-10-0, 4-3, MW/4th place) Date Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 21 Sept.. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 12

Opponent Western Carolina at James Madison vs. Hofstra Utah Valley State Fresno State Jacksonville Akron Colorado at UC Riverside at Long Beach State Northern Colorado at New Mexico*

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Result W, 1-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 L, 1-0 W, 6-2 W, 3-1 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-1

Oct. 14 at Air Force* Oct. 19 TCU* Oct. 21 at San Diego State* Oct. 25 BYU* Oct. 28 UNLV* Nov. 3 Utah* Nov. 7 Utah # * Mountain West Conference Game # MWC Tournament game

W, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-1 L, 2-0

Danny Sanchez 2008-2011 37-34-11, .518 Record Four Seasons

2008 Season Results (8-10-1, 2-5, MW/7th place) Date Opponent Aug. 22 at Western Michigan Aug. 24 Bryant University Aug. 29 South Dakota Aug. 31 Northern Colorado Sept. 5 James Madison Sept. 7 Montana Sept. 12 at Idaho Sept. 14 at Gonzaga Sept. 19 vs Utah Valley Sept. 21 at Idaho State Sept. 28 Utah State Oct. 3 Air Force* Oct. 5 Boise State Oct. 10 TCU* Oct. 12 New Mexico* Oct. 17 at UNLV* Oct. 19 at San Diego State* Oct. 26 at Utah*$ Nov. 1 BYU* * Mountain West Conference Game $ Televised Live on the MTN.

Result L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 7-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-1 L, 0-1

2009 Season Results (9-8-3, 3-3-1, MW/5th) Date Opponent Result Aug. 14 Colorado (Exh.) L, 0-1 Aug. 22 at Denver L, 0-1 Aug. 28 Hartford W, 2-0 Aug. 30 Western Michigan W, 1-0 Sept. 4 at Utah Valley W, 2-1 Sept. 6 at Utah State T, 1-1(2OT) Sept. 11 Princeton W, 1-0 Sept. 13 Idaho State L, 1-2 Sept. 18 vs Portland State L, 0-1 Sept. 20 at Boise State T, 1-1(2OT) Sept. 25 Gonzaga# L, 0-2 Sept. 27 UC Riverside# W, 1-0 Oct. 2 at Air Force* W, 3-1 Oct. 4 at Northern Colorado W, 1-0 Oct. 8 at New Mexico* W, 2-1 Oct. 10 at TCU* W, 2-1(OT) Oct. 15 San Diego State* L, 0-2 Oct. 17 UNLV* T, 1-1 (2OT) Oct. 24 Utah* L, 1-2 Oct. 31 at BYU* L, 0-2 Nov. 4 vs. New Mexico% L, 0-1 * Mountain West Conference Game # UNIWYO Cowgirl Classic ! Televised on Fox Sports Soccer % MWC Tournament Game

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Season-by-Season Results 2010 Season Results (8-10-3 Overall, 1-3-3 MW/6th)

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Date Opponent Result Aug. 14 Regis (exh.) W, 3-2 Aug. 20 Northern Colorado L, 2-1 Aug. 22 at Colorado L, 2-0 Aug. 27 Buffalo W, 3-0 Aug. 29 Idaho W, 2-0 Sept. 2 Colorado College L, 3-0 Sept. 5 at Kennesaw State W, 2-1 Sept. 10 at Montana W, 1-0 Sept. 12 vs. Eastern Wash.# W, 3-0 Sept. 17 at Creighton L, 6-2 Sept. 19 at Drake L, 1-0 Sept. 24 Boise State W, 1-0 Sept. 26 New Mexico State L, 2-1 Oct. 2 BYU* L, 4-1 Oct. 8 at Utah* T, 1-1 (OT) Oct. 10 TCU* W, 2-1 (OT) Oct. 14 at UNLV* L, 3-2 Oct. 16 at San Diego State* L, 2-0 Oct. 22 TCU* W, 2-0 Oct. 24 New Mexico* T, 1-1 (OT) Oct. 30 Air Force T, 1-1 (OT) Nov. 3 San Diego State^ L, 4-0 * Mountain West Conference Game # Game Played In Missoula, Mont. ^ MWC First Round Tournament match 2011 Season Results (12-6-4 Overall, 3-1-2 MW/2nd) Date Opponent Result Aug. 13 Denver (exh.) L, 3-1 Aug. 19 vs. Oregon# L, 2-0 Aug. 21 vs. Montana# L, 2-1 Aug. 26 at Utah Valley W, 2-0 Aug. 28 at Colorado W, 1-0 Sept. 2 at Washington State L, 3-0 Sept. 4 at Eastern Wash. W, 2-1 Sept. 9 Cleveland State L, 2-1 (2OT) Sept. 11 Weber State W, 1-0 Sept. 16 Drake T, 1-1(2OT) Sept. 18 CS-Pueblo W, 3-1 Sept. 23 South Dakota W, 3-1 Sept. 25 Creighton T, 0-0 (2OT) Sept. 30 Boise State* W, 1-0 Oct. 2 Northern Colo. W, 2-1 (2OT) Oct. 14 at New Mexico* T, 1-1 (2OT) Oct. 16 at TCU* W, 3-1 Oct. 21 San Diego State* L, 1-0 Oct. 23 UNLV* T, 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 29 at Air Force* W, 5-1 Nov. 2 TCU^ W, 2-1 (OT) Nov. 4 SDSU^ W, 1-0 Nov. 6 New Mexico^ L, 2-0 * Mountain West Conference Game # Indicates match played at neutral site ^ MWC Tournament Game

Pete Cuadrado 2012-Present 54-51-15, .513 Record Six Seasons

2012 Season Results (8-8-2 Overall, 1-5-1 MW/7th) Date Aug. 11 Aug. 14 Aug. 17 Aug. 19

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Opponent Result at Denver (exh.) L, 2-1 Colo. School of Mines (exh.)W, 2-1 Montana L, 2-0 Lamar W, 3-1

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Result

Aug. 24 Montana St.-Billings W, 6-5 Aug. 26 at Weber State W, 1-0 Aug. 31 Nebraska-Omaha W, 4-2 Sept. 2 Eastern Wash. W, 4-1 Sept. 6 at Northern Colorado W, 2-0 Sept. 9 Washington State L, 3-2 Sept. 14 Colorado L, 2-0 Sept. 16 Utah Valley W, 4-3 (1OT) Sept. 23 at Utah State T, 1-1 (2OT) Sept. 29 at UNLV* T, 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 6 Fresno State* L, 2-0 Oct. 12 Nevada* L, 1-0 Oct. 14 Boise State* L, 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 19 at No. 6 San Diego St.* L,3-1 Oct. 21 at New Mexico* L, 2-1 Oct. 26 Air Force* W, 1-0 * Mountain West Conference Game

2013 Season Results (7-11-4 Overall, 4-4-2 MW/7th) Date Opponent Results Aug. 23 TCU (Missoula, Mt.) W, 4-3 Aug. 25 at Montana T, 0-0 (2OT) Aug. 30 South Dakota L, 2-1 (OT) Sept. 06 at Drake W, 5-2 Sept. 08 at Nebraska-Omaha W, 2-1 Sept. 13 Weber State L, 3-2 Sept. 15 New Mexico State L, 1-0 Sept. 18 Northern Colorado L, 1-0 Sept. 22 Idaho State L, 1-0 (2OT) Sept. 27 at Portland L, 4-2 Sept. 29 at Coloradho State* W, 3-0 Oct. 04 at Boise State* L, 2-1 Oct. 06 at Utah State* L, 1-0 Oct. 11 New Mexico* W, 3-2 (2OT) Oct. 13 San Diego State* W, 2-1 Oct. 18 Fresno State* T, 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 20 San Jose State* W, 1-0 Oct. 25 at Nevada* T, 1-1 (2OT) Oct. 27 UNLV* L, 3-2 (OT) Nov. 01 at Air Force* L, 3-1 Nov. 04 UNLV^ T, 1-1 (2OT-PK) Nov. 05 Boise State^ L, 3-0 * Mountain West Conference Game # Indicates match played at neutral site ^ MWC Tournament match 2014 Season Results (11-9-1 Overall, 8-3-0 MW/2nd Place) Date Opponent Results Aug. 22 at Kansas L, 3-1 Aug. 24 Montana W, 1-0 at Idaho State L, 3-2 (OT) Aug. 29 Aug.31 at Weber State L, 2-1 (OT) Sept. 5 at Utah Valley L, 3-0 Sept. 12 at South Dakota W, 2-1 Sept. 14 at Morehead State L, 2-1 Sept. 19 at No. Colorado T, 0-0 (2OT) Sept. 26 Nevada* W, 4-0 Sept. 28 UNLV* W, 3-0 Oct. 3 at Utah State* L, 2-0 Oct. 5 at Boise State* W, 1-0 (2OT) Oct. 10 Colo. College* W, 3-2 (OT) Oct. 12 Air Force* W, 5-2 Oct. 17 at Fresno State* W, 2-0 Oct. 19 at San Jose State* W, 2-0 Oct. 24 at San Diego State* L, 5-2 Oct. 26 at New Mexico* L, 2-1 Nov. 1 Colorado State* W, 4-1 Nov. 6 New Mexico^ W, 2-1 (OT) Nov. 8 San Diego State^ L, 1-0 (OT) * Indicates Mountain West Conference Match ^ MWC Tournament match

2015 Season Results (10-6-4 Overall, 6-4-1 MW/4th) Date Opponent Results Aug. 21 at Montana T, 0-0 (2OT) Aug. 27 at Hawaii T, 2-2 (2OT) Aug. 29 vs. Denver T, 0-0 (2OT) Sept. 4 MOREHEAD STATE W, 1-0 Sept. 6 DRAKE W, 3-1 Sept. 11 KANSAS W, 2-1 Sept. 15 vs. No. Colorado L, 1-3 Sept. 18 IDAHO STATE W, 3-0 Sept. 25 SAN JOSE STATE* L, 0-1 (OT) Sept. 27 FRESNO STATE* W, 3-0 Oct. 2 at Air Force* W, 1-0 Oct. 4 at Colorado College* L, 1-2 (OT) Oct. 9 NEW MEXICO* T, 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 11 SAN DIEGO STATE* L 1-2 Oct. 16 at UNLV* W 2-1 Oct. 18 at Nevada* L 0-1 Oct. 23 BOISE STATE* W 1-0 Oct. 25 UTAH STATE* W 2-1 Oct. 30 at Colorado State* W 2-1 Nov. 4 vs. Colorado College^ L 0-1 * Indicates Mountain West Conference Match ^ MWC Tournament match 2016 Season Results (10-8-2 Overall, 6-4-1 MW/4th) Date Opponent Results Aug. 19 HOUSTON BAPTIST W, 2-0 Aug. 23 at Idaho State W, 2-0 Aug. 26 MONTANA T, 0-0 (2OT) Aug. 28 at Iowa L, 2-3 Aug. 31 at UTEP L, 0-2 Sept. 4 at New Mexico State W, 4-1 Sept. 9 Utah Valley W, 1-0 (2OT) Sept. 13 at Northern Colorado L, 0-1 Sept. 23 at Boise State* L, 0-1 Sept. 25 at Utah State* L, 0-3 Sept. 30 UNLV L, 1-3 Oct. 2 NEVADA W, 2-0 Oct. 7 AIR FORCE W, 4-2 Oct. 9 COLORADO COLLEGE W, 2-0 Oct. 14 at San Jose State L, 1-3 Oct. 16 at Fresno State W, 2-1 Oct. 21 at New Mexico W, 3-0 Oct. 23 SAN DIEGO STATE T, 0-0 (2OT) Oct. 28 COLORADO STATE W, 1-0 Nov. 1 vs. Utah State^ L, 1-2 * Indicates Mountain West Conference Match ^ MWC Tournament match

Date Aug. 20 Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 14 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 27

2017 Season Results (8-9-2 Overall, 4-6-1 MW/9th) Opponent Results at Baylor L 1-2 (OT) SOUTHERN UTAH W 3-1 at Kentucky L 1-2 (2OT) UTEP W 3-1 MCNEESE STATE T, 0-0 (2OT) at Utah Valley L 1-2 NO. COLORADO W 2-1 IDAHO STATE W 3-0 at Colorado College* W 1-0 at Air Force* L 0-1 (OT) FRESNO STATE* T 0-0 (2OT) SAN JOSE STATE* W 1-0 at Nevada* W 4-2 at UNLV* L 1-2 UTAH STATE* L 1-3 BOISE STATE* L 1-3 at San Diego State* L 1-2 NEW MEXICO* L 2-3 at Colorado State* W 3-2

* Indicates Mountain West Conference Match ^ MWC Tournament match

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All-Time Series Records Opponent Air Force Akron Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Baylor Boise State Bryant Buffalo BYU Cal St.-Fullerton Cal St.-Northridge Charleston Southern Cleveland State Colorado Colorado College Colorado Mesa Colo. School of Mines Colorado State Creighton CS-Pueblo Delaware Denver Drake Drury Eastern Washington Fresno State Georgia Gonzaga Hartford Hawai’i Hofstra Houston Baptist Idaho Idaho State Illinois State Iowa Jackson State Jacksonville James Madison Kansas Kennesaw State Kentucky Lamar Long Beach State Loyola Marymount LSU Marshall McNeese State Miami (Ohio) Mississippi Montana Montana State-Billings Morehead State NC State Nebraska Nebraska-Omaha Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Northeastern Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Iowa Northern State North Texas Northwestern Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Pacific Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Portland State Princeton Regis Sacramento State San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State SMU South Alabama South Dakota South Dakota State Southern Colorado Southern Utah Southwest Texas Stanford TCU Texas Tech

W 13 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 3 0 0 5 1 1 0 1 3 0 7 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 6 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 2 4 8 1 1 1 9 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 4 1 3 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 10 0

L 8 0 1 2 2 2 2 1 4 0 0 15 1 1 0 1 10 9 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 1 1 0 2 2 5 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 5 0 1 0 1 0 2 15 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 16 1 5 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

T 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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Last Meeting Sept. 24, 2017 Sept. 23, 2007 Sept. 5, 2003 Oct. 3, 1999 Oct. 1, 1999 Sept. 6, 1996 Sept. 6, 1998 August, 20, 2017 Oct. 15, 2017 Aug. 24, 2008 Aug. 27, 2010 Oct. 2, 2010 Sept. 26, 2004 Sept. 9, 1995 Aug. 27, 2005 Sept. 9, 2011 Sept. 14, 2012 Sept. 22, 2017 Aug. 22, 1999 Aug. 16, 2014 Oct. 27, 2017 Sept. 25, 2011 Sept. 18, 2011 Sept. 3, 2005 Aug. 29, 2015 Sept. 6, 2015 Oct. 8, 1998 Sept. 2, 2012 Sept. 29, 2017 Aug. 29, 2003 Sept. 25, 2009 Aug. 28, 2009 Aug. 27, 2015 Sept. 9, 2007 Aug. 19, 2016 Aug. 29, 2010 Sept. 14, 2017 Sept. 12, 2004 Aug. 28, 2016 Sept. 14, 2003 Sept. 21, 2007 Sept. 5, 2008 Sept. 11, 2015 Sept. 5, 2010 August, 27, 2017 Aug. 19, 2012 Sept. 30, 2007 Oct. 2, 1998 Sept. 19, 2004 Sept. 8, 2000 Sept. 3, 2017 Sept. 8, 2006 Sept. 12, 2003 Aug. 26, 2016 Aug. 24, 2012 Sept. 4, 2015 Sept. 1, 2006 Sept. 24, 1995 Sept. 8, 2013 Oct. 16, 2017 Oct. 22, 2016 Sept. 4, 2016 Sept. 2, 2005 Oct. 10, 2004 Sept. 10, 2017 Sept. 15, 2002 Aug. 22, 2000 Oct. 6, 2002 Nov. 1, 2002 Sept. 10, 2006 Sept. 11, 2005 Aug. 19, 2011 Sept. 20, 1998 Sept. 15, 1996 Sept. 15, 2000 Sept. 27, 2013 Sept. 18, 2009 Sept. 11, 2009 Aug. 17, 2010 Sept. 8, 2002 Oct. 20, 2017 Nov. 4, 2001 Oct. 1, 2017 Oct. 18, 1998 Sept. 9, 2001 Sept. 12, 2014 Sept. 30, 2005 Sept. 1, 1996 August 25, 2017 August 31, 2001 Sept. 29, 1996 Aug. 23, 2013 Oct. 21, 1995

Last Result L, 0-1 OT (Away) W, 3-1 (Home) W, 2-1 (Home) L, 3-1 (Away) L, 5-1 (Away) L, 1-0 (Home) L, 2-0 (Home) L 1-2 OT (Away) L, 1-3 (Home) W, 3-1 (Home) W, 3-0 (Home) L, 4-1 (Home) W, 1-0 (Home) L, 1-0 (Home) W, 3-0 (Home) L, 2-1 2OT (Home) L, 2-0 (Home) W, 1-0 (Away) L, 1-0 (Home)(Exh) W, 5-1 (Away)(Exh) W, 1-0 (Away) T, 0-0 2OT (Home) W, 3-1 (Home) T, 1-1 2OT (Home) T, 0-0 2OT (Neutral) W, 3-1 (Home) L, 3-0 (Away) W, 4-1 (Home) T, 0-0 2OT (Home) L, 0-3 (Home) L, 2-0 (Home) W, 1-0 (Home) L, 5-2 (Away) L, 3-0 (Neutral) W, 2-0 (Home) W, 2-0 (Home) W, 3-0 (Home) W, 1-0 (Neutral) L, 2-3 (Away) W, 9-1 (Away) W, 6-2 (Home) L, 2-1 (Home) W, 2-1 (Home) W, 2-1 (Home) L, 1-2 2OT (Away) W, 3-1 (Home) L, 2-0 (Away) L, 2-0 (Neutral) L, 1-0 (Neutral) L, 1-0 (Home) T, 0-0 2OT (Home) L, 2-1 (Home) L, 3-1 (Away) T, 0-0 2OT (Home) W, 6-5 (Home) W. 1-0 (Home) T, 0-0 2OT (Away) L, 8-0 (Away) W, 2-1 (Away) W, 4-2 (Away) L, 1-3 (Home) W, 4-1 (Away) W, 4-2 (Neutral) W, 4-0 (Home) W, 2-1 (Home) W, 3-0 (Home) W, 6-0 (Home) (Exh.) W, 3-1 (Home) T, 1-1 2OT (Home) L, 1-0 (Home) L, 1-0 (Neutral) L, 2-0 (Neutral) L, 1-0 (Home) L, 1-0 (Neutral) W, 1-0 (Away) L, 4-2 (Away) L, 1-0 (Neutral) W, 1-0 (Home) W, 3-2 (Home)(Exh) W, 4-1 (Home) L, 1-2 (Away) W, 4-2 (Home) L, 1-3 (Away) L, 3-0 (Home) T, 1-1 2OT (Away) W, 2-1 (Away) W, 4-0 (Home) W, 1-0 (Home) W, 3-0 (Home) W, 1-0 (Home) L, 6-0 (Neutral) W, 4-3 (Neutral) L, 3-2 (Neutral)

Opponent Tulsa UAB UC-Irvine UC-Riverside UNLV Utah Utah State Utah Valley UTEP Vermont Wake Forest Washington State Weber State Western Carolina Western Michigan West Virginia William and Mary Wisc.-Green Bay Wright State Totals

W 0 0 0 1 5 1 4 6 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 162

L 5 1 1 3 14 17 7 1 4 0 1 3 6 0 1 1 0 1 0 242

T 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 43

Last Meeting Aug. 25, 2006 Aug. 31, 2002 Oct. 22, 1995 Sept. 27, 2009 Oct. 18, 2017 Oct. 8, 2010 Oct. 13, 2017 Sept. 9, 2016 Sept. 1, 2017 Sept. 5, 2004 Sept. 3, 2006 Sept. 9, 2012 Aug. 31, 2014 Aug. 31, 2007 Aug. 30, 2009 Sept. 17, 2000 Sept. 25, 2005 Nov. 2,1996 Sept. 18, 1998

Last Result L, 3-1 (Home) L, 3-0 (Neutral) L, 2-0 (Neutral) W, 1-0 (Home) L, 1-2 (Away) T, 1-1 2OT (Away) L, 1-3 (Home) W, 1-0 2OT (Home) W 3-1 (Home) T, 1-1 2OT (Home) L, 3-1 (Away) L, 3-2 (Home) L, 2-1 OT (Away) W, 1-0 (Home) W, 1-0 (Home) L, 4-0 (Away) T, 1-1 2OT (Away) L, 1-0 (Neutral) W, 3-0 (Home)

Series Records Versus Mountain West Opponents Wyoming vs. Air Force 13-8-1 (.614) Wyoming vs. Boise State 7-4-1 (.625) Wyoming vs. Colorado College 3-9-0 (.333) Wyoming vs. Colorado State 5-0-0 (1.00) Wyoming vs. Fresno State 3-2-2 (.571) Wyoming vs. Nevada 4-2-1 (.643) Wyoming vs. New Mexico 8-15-5 (.375) Wyoming vs. San Diego State 4-16-2 (.227) Wyoming vs. San Jose State 3-5-0 (.375) Wyoming vs. UNLV 5-14-3 (.295) Wyoming vs. Utah State 4-7-2 (.385)

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All-Time Series Breakdown vs. Air Force 9/24/17 10/7/16 10/2/15 10/12/14 11/01/13 10/26/12 10/29/11 10/30/10 10/2/09 10/3/08 10/14/07 10/8/06 10/28/05 10/8/04 10/19/03 11/3/02 11/2/01 10/25/00 10/13/99 10/6/98 10/15/97 10/16/96

(13-8-1) L, 0-1 (OT) (A) W, 4-2 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 5-2 (H) L, 3-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 5-1 (A) T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) W, 3-1 (A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 2-0 (A) W, 3-1 (H) W, 3-0 (A) W, 1-0 (A) W, 2-0 (H) L, 3-0 (A) W, 1-0 (H) L, 2-0 (H) L, 2-1 (A) L, 2-1(OT)(H) L, 4-2 (A) L, 2-1 (H)

vs. Akron (1-0-0) 9/23/07 W, 3-1 (H) vs. Alabama (1-1-0) 9/5/03 W, 2-1 (H) 9/7/01 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Arizona (1-2-0) 10/3/99 L, 3-1 (A) 9/4/98 W, 1-0 (H) 9/30/96 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Arizona State (0-2-0) 10/1/99 L, 5-1 (A) 8/31/97 L, 3-0 (H) vs. Arkansas (0-2-0) 9/6/96 L, 1-0 (H) 9/16/95 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Auburn (0-2-0) 9/6/98 L, 2-0 (H) 9/7/97 L, 7-0 (A) vs. Baylor (0-1-0) 8/20/17 L, 1-2 (2OT) (A) vs. Boise State (7-4-1) 10/15/17 L, 1-3 (H) 9/23/16 L, 0-1 (A) 10/23/15 W, 1-0 (H) 10/5/14 W, 1-0 (2OT)(A) 10/04/13 L, 2-1 (A) 10/14/12 L, 1-0 (2OT)(H) 9/30/11 W, 1-0 (H) 9/24/10 W, 1-0 (H) 9/20/09 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 10/5/08 W, 1-0 (H) 9/17/06 W, 2-1 (N) 8/26/00 W, 2-1 (2OT)(H) vs. Bryant (1-0-0) 8/24/08 W, 3-1 (H) vs. Buffalo (1-0-0) 8/27/10 W, 3-0 (H) vs. BYU (1-15-0) 10/2/10 L, 4-1 (H) 10/31/09 L, 2-0 (A) 11/1/08 L, 1-0 (H) 10/25/07 L, 1-0 (H) 10/19/06 L, 3-0 (A) 10/15/05 L, 2-0 (A)

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W, 3-2 (OT)(H) L, 5-1 (A) L, 1-0 (H) L, 6-0 (A) L, 4-1 (H) L, 1-0 (N) L, 7-0 (A) L, 12-0 (A) L, 7-0 (N) L, 2-1 (H)

vs. Cal St-Fullerton (1-1-0) 9/26/04 W, 1-0 (H) 9/28/01 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Cal St-Northridge (0-1-0) 9/9/95 L, 1-0 (H) vs. Charleston Southern (2-0-0) 8/27/05 W, 3-0 (H) 9/10/04 W, 1-0 (N) vs. Cleveland State (0-1-0) 9/9/11 L, 2-1(2OT)(H) vs. Colorado (2-10-1) 10/31/14 W, 4-1 (H) 9/14/12 L, 2-0 (H) 8/28/11 W, 1-0 (A) 8/22/10 L, 2-0 (A) 8/14/09 L, 1-0 (H) 9/25/07 L, 2-0 (H) 10/1/06 L, 2-0 (A) 9/4/05 T, 1-1 (2OT)(N) 9/9/03 L, 2-1 (H) 9/6/02 L, 1-0 (A) 9/2/01 L, 2-1 (H) 9/5/99 L, 2-1 (A) 10/5/97 W, 2-1 (H) 9/25/96 L, 4-1 (A) vs. Colorado College (3-9-0) 9/22/17 W, 1-0 (A) 10/9/16 W, 2-0 (H) 11/4/15 L, 1-0 (N) 10/4/15 L, 2-1 (OT) (A) 10/10/14 W, 3-2 (OT)(H) 9/2/10 L, 3-0 (H) 8/19/04 W, 3-0 (H)(Exh) 8/24/03 L, 3-1 (H)(Exh.) 10/14/01 L, 3-1 (A) 10/29/00 L, 3-0 (H) 9/3/99 L, 1-0 (H) 9/1/98 L, 2-1 (A) 9/21/97 L, 2-1 (2OT)(H) 10/14/95 L, 1-0 (A) vs. Colorado Mesa (0-0-0) 8/22/99 L, 1-0 (H)(Exh) vs. Colo. Sch. of Mines (0-0-0) 8/16/14 W, 5-1 (A)(Exh.) 8/14/12 W, 2-1 (H)(Exh.) vs. Colorado State (5-0-0) 10/27/17 W, 3-2 (H) 10/28/16 W, 1-0 (H) 10/30/15 W, 2-1 (A) 10/31/14 W, 4-1 (A) 9/29/13 W, 3-0 (A) vs. CSU-Pueblo (1-0-0) 9/18/11 W, 3-1 (H) vs. Creighton (1-5-1) 9/25/11 T, 0-0 (2OT)(H) 9/17/10 L, 6-2 (A) 9/21/03 L, 2-0 (A)

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W, 3-0 (H) L, 3-2 (A) L, 3-0 (H) L, 2-1 (N)

vs. Delaware (0-0-1) 9/3/04 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) vs. Denver (1-5-3) 8/29/15 8/11/12 8/13/11 8/22/09 9/17/04 11/2/03 10/2/02 10/7/01 9/1/99 8/28/98 10/4/97 10/29/95

T, 0-0 (1-0) (A) L, 2-1 (A)(Exh) L, 3-1 (H)(Exh) L, 1-0 (A) T, 1-1 (2OT)(N) W, 1-0 (H) L, 2-0 (A) L, 1-0 (H) T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) L, 3-0 (H)(Exh) L, 1-0 (A) L, 2-0 (H)

vs. Drake (3-1-1) 9/6/15 W, 3-1 (H) 9/6/13 W, 5-2 (A) 9/16/11 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) 9/19/10 L, 1-0 (A) 9/19/03 W, 1-0 (A) vs. Drury (0-1-0) 10/10/98 L, 3-0 (A) vs. Eastern Washington (7-0-0) 9/2/12 W, 4-1 (H) 9/4/11 W, 2-1 (A) 9/12/10 W, 3-0 (N) 8/29/04 W, 2-1 (OT)(H) 10/5/03 W, 1-0 (A) 9/1/00 W, 5-1 (H) 10/31/99 W, 2-1 (A) vs. Fresno State (3-2-2) 9/29/17 T, 0-0 (2OT) (H) 10/16/16 W, 2-1 (A) 9/27/15 W, 3-0 (H) 10/17/14 W, 2-0 (A) 10/18/13 T, 0-0 (2OT)(H) 10/6/12 L, 2-0 (H) 9/16/07 L, 1-0 (H) vs. Georgia (0-2-0) 8/29/03 L 3-0 (H) 9/5/97 L 3-1 (A) vs. Gonzaga (1-5-0) 9/25/09 L, 2-0 (H) 9/14/08 W, 1-0 (A) 8/27/04 L, 3-1 (H) 10/3/03 L, 1-0 (A) 9/10/99 L, 4-0 (A) 9/30/95 L, 2-0 (N) vs. Hartford (1-0-0) 8/28/09 W, 2-0 (H) vs. Hawaii (0-2-1) 8/27/15 T, 2-2 (2OT) (A) 9/1/02 L, 5-2 (A) 8/27/00 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Hofstra (0-1-0) 9/9/07 L, 3-0 (H) vs. Houston Baptist (1-0-0) 8/19/16 W, 2-0 (H) vs. Idaho (2-0-0) 8/29/10 W, 2-0 (H) 9/12/08 W, 3-0 (A)

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All-Time Series Breakdown vs. Idaho State (6-3-1) 9/14/17 W, 3-0 (H) 8/23/16 W, 2-0 (A) 9/18/15 W, 3-0 (H) 8/29/14 L, 3-2 (OT)(A) 9/22/13 L, 1-0 (2OT)(H) 9/13/09 L, 2-1 (H) 9/21/08 T, 1-1 (2OT) (A) 9/24/06 W, 1-0 (H) 9/30/00 W, 2-0 (A) 9/26/99 W, 3-2 (H) vs. Illinois State (1-0-0) 9/12/04 W, 1-0 (N) vs. Iowa (0-1-0) 8/28/16 L, 2-3 (A) vs. Jackson State (1-0-0) 9/14/03 W, 9-1 (A) vs. Jacksonville (1-0-0) 9/21/07 W, 6-2 (H) vs. James Madison (0-2-0) 9/5/08 L, 2-1 (H) 9/7/07 L, 3-1 (A) vs. Kansas (2-3-0) 9/11/15 W, 2-1 (H) 8/22/14 L, 3-1 (A) 8/29/99 L, 4-1 (A) 11/1/98 W, 1-0 (H) 11/3/96 L, 2-1 (A) vs. Kennesaw State (1-0-0) 9/5/10 W, 2-1 (A) vs. Kentucky (0-1-0) 8/27/17 L, 1-2 (2OT) (A) vs. Lamar (1-0-0) 8/19/12 W, 3-1 (H) vs. Long Beach State (0-1-0) 9/30/07 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Loyola Marymount (0-1-0) 10/2/98 L, 2-0 (H) vs. LSU (0-1-0) 9/19/04 L, 1-0 (N) vs. Marshall (0-1-0) 9/8/00 L, 1-0 (H) vs. McNeese State (0-0-1) 9/3/17 T, 0-0 (2OT) (H) vs. Miami (Ohio) (0-1-0) 9/8/06 L, 2-1 (H) vs. Mississippi (0-1-1) 9/12/03 L, 3-1 (A) 9/13/02 T, 2-2 (2OT)(H) vs. Montana (3-5-3) 8/26/16 T, 0-0 (2OT) (H) 8/21/15 T, 0-0 (2OT) (A) 8/24/14 W, 1-0 (H) 8/25/13 T, 0-0 (2OT)(A) 8/17/12 L, 2-0 (H) 8/21/11 L, 2-1 (N) 9/10/10 W, 1-0 (A) 9/7/08 L, 2-1 (H) 8/27/06 W, 1-0 (H) 9/8/96 L, 4-1 (H) 10/1/95 L, 3-0 (A)

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vs. MSU–Billings (1-0-0) 8/24/12 W, 6-5 (H) 8/24/97 W, 10-1 (H)(Exh) vs. Morehead State (1-1-0) 9/4/15 W, 1-0 (H) 9/14/14 L, 2-1 (A) vs. NC State (0-0-1) 9/1/06 T, 0-0 (2OT)(A) vs. Nebraska (0-1-0) 9/24/95 L, 8-0 (A) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (2-0-0) 9/8/13 W, 2-1 (A) 8/31/12 W, 4-2 (H) vs. Nevada (4-2-1) 10/6/17 W, 4-2 (A) 10/2/16 W, 2-0 (H) 10/18/15 L, 1-0 (A) 9/26/14 W, 4-0 (H) 10/25/13 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 10/12/12 L, 1-0 (H) 9/15/06 W, 2-1 (OT)(N) vs. New Mexico (8-15-5) 10/22/17 L, 2-3 (H) 10/21/16 W, 3-0 (A) 10/9/15 T, 0-0 (2OT) (H) 11/6/14 W, 2-1 (OT)(N) 10/26/14 L, 2-1 (A) 10/11/13 W, 3-2 (2OT)(H) 10/21/12 L, 2-1 (A) 11/6/11 L, 2-0 (N) 10/14/11 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 10/24/10 T 1-1 (2OT)(H) 11/4/09 L, 1-0 (H)(N) 10/8/09 W, 2-1 (A) 10/12/08 L, 1-0 (H) 10/12/07 L, 1-0 (A) 10/6/06 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) 11/2/05 L, 1-0 (N) 10/21/05 W, 1-0 (2OT)(H) 10/30/04 W, 5-1 (H) 11/5/03 L, 2-1 (2OT)(N) 10/17/03 W, 1-0 (A) 10/27/02 L, 1-0 (H) 10/12/01 T, 0-0 (OT)(A) 10/15/00 L, 1-0 (H) 10/17/99 W, 1-0 (A) 10/23/98 L, 2-0 (A) 10/12/97 L, 5-0 (H) 10/27/96 L, 4-2 (A) 10/19/95 L, 1-0 (A) vs. New Mexico State (1-2-0) 9/4/16 W, 4-1 (A) 9/15/11 L, 1-0 (H) 9/26/10 L, 2-1 (H) vs. Northeastern (1-0-0) 9/2/05 W, 4-2 (N) vs. Northern Arizona (1-0-0) 10/10/04 W, 4-0 (H)

vs. Northern Colorado (9-5-2) 9/10/17 W, 2-1 (H) 9/13/16 L, 1-0 (A) 9/15/15 L, 3-1 (N) 9/19/14 T,0-0 (2OT)(A) 9/18/13 L, 1-0 (H) 9/6/12 W, 2-0 (A) 10/2/11 W, 2-1 (2OT)(H) 8/20/10 L, 2-1 (H) 10/4/09 W, 1-0 (A) 8/31/08 L, 1-0 (H) 10/5/07 W, 3-0 (H) 9/27/06 W, 1-0 (A) 10/30/05 W, 2-1 (H) 9/22/04 W, 1-0 (2OT)(A) 9/2/03 W, 1-0 (H) 8/24/02 T, 3-3 (2OT)(H) 8/19/00 L, 4-1 (H)(Exh.) 8/21/99 W, 2-0 (H)(Exh) vs. Northern Iowa (1-0-0) 9/15/02 W, 3-0 (H) vs. Northern State (0-0-0) 8/22/00 W, 6-0 (H)(Exh) vs. North Texas (1-0-0) 10/6/02 W, 3-1 (H) vs. Northwestern (0-0-1) 11/1/02 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) vs. Old Dominion (0-2-0) 9/10/06 L, 1-0 (2OT)(H) 9/23/05 L, 5-1 (A) vs. Oral Roberts (1-2-0) 9/11/05 L, 1-0 (N) 9/24/99 W, 1-0 (H) 10/20/96 L, 4-0 (A) vs. Oregon (0-3-0) 8/19/11 L, 2-0 (N) 10/2/05 L, 1-0 (H) 10/1/04 L, 3-1 (A) vs. Pacific (0-2-0) 9/20/98 L, 1-0 (H) 10/6/95 L, 4-0 (A) vs. Pepperdine (0-1-0) 9/15/96 L, 1-0 (N) vs. Pittsburgh (2-0-0) 9/15/00 W, 1-0 (OT)(A) 9/27/98 W, 2-0 (H) vs. Portland (0-1-0) 9/27/13 L, 4-2 (A) vs. Portland State (2-2-1) 9/18/09 L, 1-0 (H) 9/16/05 W, 1-0 (H) 10/3/04 T, 2-2 (2OT)(A) 9/27/02 L, 1-0 (A) 9/10/00 W, 5-1 (H) vs. Princeton (1-0-0) 9/11/09 W, 1-0 (H) vs. Regis (0-0-0) 8/17/10 W, 3-2 (H)(Exh) 8/21/03 T, 2-2 (2OT)(H)(Exh) 8/24/98 W, 1-0 (H)(Exh)

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All-Time Series Breakdown vs. Sacramento State (1-1-1) 9/8/02 W, 4-1 (H) 9/3/00 T, 2-2 (2OT)(A) 10/8/95 L, 3-0 (A) vs. San Diego State (4-16-2) 10/27/17 L, 1-2 (A) 10/23/16 T, 0-0 (2OT) (H) 10/11/15 L, 2-1 (H) 11/8/14 L, 1-0 (OT)(N) 10/24/14 L, 5-2 (A) 10/13/13 W, 2-1 (H) 10/19/12 L, 3-1 (A) 11/4/11 W, 1-0 (N) 10/21/11 L, 1-0 (H) 11/3/10 L, 4-0 (N) 10/16/10 L, 2-0 (A) 10/15/09 L, 2-0 (H) 10/19/08 L, 4-0 (A) 10/21/07 L, 1-0 (A) 10/15/06 L, 2-0 (H) 10/7/05 W, 1-0 (H) 10/15/04 L, 1-0 (A) 10/12/03 W, 3-1 (H) 10/18/02 L, 2-1 (A) 10/19/01 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) 10/8/00 L, 2-1 (A) 10/10/99 L, 6-0 (H) vs. San Francisco (1-1-0) 11/4/01 W, 4-2 (H) 9/25/97 L, 4-0 (A) vs. San Jose State (3-5-0) 10/1/17 W, 1-0 (H) 10/14/16 L, 1-3 (A) 9/25/15 L, 1-0 (OT) (H) 10/19/14 W, 2-0 (A) 10/20/13 W, 1-0 (H) 9/26/97 L, 6-1 (A) 9/22/96 L, 5-0 (H) 10/5/95 L, 3-1 (A) vs. SMU (0-3-0) 10/18/98 L, 3-0 (H) 10/24/97 L, 2-1 (H) 10/11/96 L, 2-0 (H) vs. South Alabama (1-0-1) 9/9/01 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 10/13/00 W, 6-0 (H) vs. South Dakota (3-1-0) 9/12/14 W, 2-1 (A) 8/30/13 L, 2-1 (OT)(H) 9/23/11 W, 3-1 (H) 8/29/08 W, 7-0 (H) vs. South Dakota State (1-0-0) 9/30/05 W, 4-0 (H) vs. Southern Colorado (1-0-0) 9/1/96 W, 1-0 (H) vs. Southern Utah (1-0-0) 8/25/17 W, 3-1 (H) vs. Southwest Texas (1-0-0) 8/31/01 W, 1-0 (H) vs. Stanford (0-1-0) 9/29/96 L, 6-0 (N) vs. TCU (10-2-1) 8/23/13 W, 4-3 (N) 11/2/11 W 2-1 (OT)(N)

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W, 3-1 (A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 2-1 (OT)(H) W, 2-1 (OT)(A) W, 1-0 (H) W, 1-0 (H) T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) W, 2-0 (H) W, 4-1 (H) L, 2-0 (H) L, 2-1 (H)

vs. Texas Tech (0-1-0) 10/21/95 L, 3-2 (N) vs. Tulsa (0-5-1) 5/25/06 L, 3-1 (H) 9/9/05 T, 2-2 (2OT)(A) 10/8/98 L, 2-0 (A) 10/19/97 L, 9-1 (H) 10/18/96 L, 2-0 (A) 9/10/95 L, 2-1 (H) vs. UAB (0-1-0) 8/31/02 L, 3-0 (N) vs. UC-Irvine (0-1-0) 10/22/95 L, 2-0 (H) vs. UC-Riverside (1-3-0) 9/27/09 W, 1-0 (H) 9/28/07 L, 2-0 (A) 9/26/03 L, 2-0 (H) 9/30/01 L, 2-1 (A) vs. UNLV (5-14-3) 10/8/17 L, 1-2 (A) 9/30/16 L, 1-3 (H) 10/16/15 W, 2-1 (A) 9/28/14 W, 3-0 (H) 10/27/13 L, 3-2 (OT)(H) 9/29/12 T, 0-0 (2OT)(A) 10/23/11 T, 0-0 (2OT)(H) 10/14/10 L, 3-2 (A) 10/17/09 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) 10/17/08 L, 3-1 (A) 10/28/07 W, 1-0 (H) 11/1/06 L, 1-0 (N) 10/22/06 W, 1-0 (A) 10/9/05 L, 1-0 (H) 10/17/04 L, 3-1 (A) 10/10/03 W, 1-0 (H) 10/20/02 L, 2-1 (A) 11/7/01 L, 1-0 (N) 10/21/01 L, 3-2 (H) 10/6/00 L,1-0 (A) 10/8/99 L, 3-2 (H) 10/1/98 L, 2-1 (OT)(A) vs. Utah (1-17-1) 10/8/10 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 10/24/09 L, 2-1 (H) 10/26/08 L, 1-0 (A) 11/7/07 L, 2-0 (N) 11/3/07 W, 4-1 (H) 10/27/06 L, 1-0 (A) 10/13/05 L, 2-0 (A) 11/3/04 L, 1-0 (N) 10/23/04 L, 2-0 (H) 10/25/03 L, 2-0 (A) 11/7/02 L, 1-0 (N) 10/10/02 L, 4-1 (H) 10/25/01 L, 8-2 (A) 11/1/00 L, 4-0 (N) 10/19/00 L, 3-2 (H) 10/23/99 L, 3-0 (A)

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L, 7-0 (A) L, 1-0 (N) L , 2-1 (H)

vs. Utah State (4-7-2) 10/13/17 L, 1-3 (H) 11/1/16 L, 2-1 (N) 9/25/16 L, 0-3 (A) 10/25/15 W, 2-1 (H) 10/3/14 L, 2-0 (A) 10/06/13 L, 1-0 (A) 9/23/12 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 9/6/09 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) 9/28/08 L, 2-1 (H) 9/22/02 W, 1-0 (H) 9/23/01 W, 2-0 (A) 9/12/97 L, 3-2 (A) 9/20/96 W, 2-0 (H) vs. Utah Valley (6-2-0) 9/8/17 L, 1-2 (A) 9/9/16 W, 1-0 (2OT) (H) 9/5/14 L, 3-0 9/16/12 W, 4-3 (OT)(H) 8/26/11 W, 2-0 (A) 9/4/09 W, 2-1 (A) 9/19/08 W, 1-0 (H) 9/14/07 W, 3-2 (H) vs. UTEP (1-4-0) 9/1/17 W, 3-1 (H) 8/31/16 L, 2-0 (A) 10/25/98 L, 3-0 (A) 10/10/97 L, 1-0 (H) 10/25/96 L, 2-0 (A) vs. Vermont (0-0-1) 9/5/04 T, 1-1 (2OT)(H) vs. Wake Forest (0-1-0) 9/3/06 L, 3-1 (A) vs. Washington State (0-3-0) 9/9/12 L, 3-2 (H) 9/2/11 L, 3-0 (A) 9/12/99 L, 3-0 (A) vs. Weber State (2-6-0) 8/31/14 L, 2-1 (OT)(A) 9/13/13 L, 3-2 (H) 8/26/12 W, 1-0 (A) 9/11/11 W, 1-0 (H) 9/20/02 L, 2-1 (H) 9/21/01 L, 2-1 (OT)(A) 9/12/98 L, 2-0 (A) 10/6/96 L, 1-0 (H) vs. Western Carolina (1-0-0) 8/31/07 W, 1-0 (H) vs. Western Michigan (1-1-0) 8/30/09 W, 1-0 (H) 8/22/08 L, 3-0 (A) vs. West Virginia (0-1-0) 9/17/00 L, 4-0 (A) vs. William & Mary (0-0-1) 9/25/05 T, 1-1 (2OT)(A) vs. Wisc.-Green Bay (0-1-0) 11/2/96 L, 1-0 (N) vs. Wright State (1-0-0) 9/18/98 W, 3-0 (A)

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Cowgirl Letterwinners

A

Ackerman, Arlene, 1995 Adetoye, Comfort, 2005-07 Adetoye, Mercy, 2003-05 Aguiar, Niki, 1997-98 Amsberry, Katie, 2009-10 Anderson, Chelsey, 2003-04 Anderson, Kelly, 2000-01 Armijo, Abbey, 2011-12, 2014 Ashdown, Marcia, 2012 Ashouri, Shaina, 2015-16 Aytes, Laura, 1995

B

Bahr, Jennifer, 1995-98 Barksdale, Jennifer, 2000-03 Barrick, Madison, 2017 Bass, Alisha, 2014-17 Baytaluke, Andrea, 2011 Best, Christina, 2004-06 Blume, Carmen, 2009-12 Boehm, Alex, 2013-14 Bowman, Melissa, 2001-04 Brink, Rachael, 1999-00 Brown, Jessica, 2004-05 Bucher, Jennifer, 2005-06 Burbank, Kimmy, 2014-16 Burke, Meagan, 2011 Burger, Bostyn, 2007-10 Burton, Taylor, 2015-17

C

Campbell, Erica, 1995-98 Candelaria, Juliana, 2007-10 Chambers, Brooklyn, 2013-15 Charlton, Hayley, 2011-14 Clarke, Alison, 2013-14 Clarke, Carolyn, 2003-06 Clayton, Annika, 2015-17 Coddington, Chelsea, 2007-10 Collins, Grace 2017 Cosgrove, Mara, 2009, 2012 Crank, Marci, 1999-02 Cryer, Kayla, 2014-15 Curtis, Kasey, 2011-14

D

Davis, Halee, 2006 Davis, Kayla, 2007-11 DiVincenzo, Jerrica, 2007-10 Dorais, Katie, 1996-97 Downs, Anna, 1995 Dunda, Sammi, 2013-16

E

Entsminger, Cassidy, 2015 Etheridge, Kerstyn, 2006-09 Ewell, Jamila, 1996-98

F

Fahres, Kerri, 2000 Ferrell, Darci, 2002-04 Florquist, Sancy, 1998-01

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G

Gentle, Jessie, 2015-17 Goodisman, Jessica, 1995 Gomes, Mari, 2001-04 Grant, Jenny, 1996-98 Greer, Sarah, 1995-98 Groke, Katie, 1999-01 Groy, Katie, 2005-06 Gulbrandsen, Tuva, 2002-03 Gurrola, Kristin, 2003-06

H

Halle, Summer, 2014-17 Halliday, Tanya, 2007-08 Hamilton, Kai, 1998 Harthorne, Elisa, 1995 Hinman, Anne, 2013-16 Hotchkiss, Bree, 1996-98 House, Jemma 2017 Howard, Kristin, 2011-14 Hubbard, Laine, 2005-08 Hume, Charlotte, 2015-16

I

Imoos, Sarah, 2000

J

Janis, Shalayne, 2009-10 Johnson, Jenny, 2009-12 Johnson, Morgan, 2008-09 Jones, Melissa, 1996 Jones, Sydney, 2009-12

K

Kane, Courtney, 1995 Kinner, Jennifer, 2001-03 Kuhbacher, Molly, 2017 Kuyper, Sarah, 2001

L

Lathrop, Amanda, 2005-08 Layton, Emily, 2006-09 Lewis, Kathy, 1999 Lillo, Sarah, 2001 Lindner, Kelsey, 2006 Lindsay, Abby, 2013 Lomsnes, Kaitlyn, 2014-15 Lowman, Julie, 1996-98 Luppold, Carli, 1995

M

Mack, Bobbi, 1995-96 Mack, Janae, 2007 Maddock, Anne, 1999-00 Mahoney, Loren, 2011-13 Mak, Kathryn, 2002 Marcheso, Katie, 2014-16 Marsh, Meghan, 1999-00 Martin, Carlee, 2017 Masumiya, Allison, 2008-11 Maurath, Shawna, 1996 Mazur, Ashlyn, 2011-12 McBride, Molly, 1996-98 McCormick, Ellen, 2010-11 McDermott, Carmen, 2011-12

McDougal, Morgan, 2017 McDowell, Lucie, 2011-13 McKay, Kelly, 2001-02 McShane, Kelly, 1997-00 Meade, Makenzie, 2010 Meadows, Brenna, 2000-02 Merkle, Courtney, 2009-12 Meyer, Mandy, 2013-16 Miceli, Laura, 1998-00 Millard, Jenny, 1995-97 Minero, Renee, 2000-03 Mohtadi, Olivia, 2009-10, 12-13 Mooney, Brooklynn, 2016-17 Morton, Katrina, 1997-00 Mouch, Abby, 1999-01 Murray, Amanda, 1995-98 Murray, Alyssa, 2015-17

T

N

W

Nagel, Christine, 2003-06 Neal, Amy, 1995-96

O

O’Dell, Angela, 2000-03 O’Hara, Lauren, 1999-02 O’Reilly, Liz, 2010-13 Ortiz, Nahiomy, 2010

Taube, Summer, 2015, 17 Theisz, Kate, 1995 Thieman, Corey, 2005-07-08 Thompson, Doreen, 2003 Travieso, Danielle, 2002 Tyrrell, Tristan, 2014-17

V

Vandervort, Amanda, 1997-00 Vande Berg, Julie, 2011-12 Vollmuth, Jill, 1996-97 Vossbrink, Lindsey, 2001-04

Walters, Kara, 2002-05 Webber, Elaine, 2017 White, Celia, 2002 Williams, Laura, 1995-97 Wilson, Emma, 2006-09 Wilson, Tamika, 2005-08

P

Parker, Claire, 2014-17 Parkhurst, Kelly, 2008 Parmar, Kajal, 2012 Paul, Jennifer, 2012-13 Paul, Sara, 2011-13 Piccone, Jessica, 1998-01

R

Racette, Meghan, 2001-03-04 Ramer, Laurel, 2013-16 Ramsay, Mollee, 2012-13 Ramsey, Leah, 2006 Reese, Libby, 1995 Rice, Nicole, 2008-09-2011 Rowntree, Georgia, 2014-17 Russo, Meredith, 1999

S

Salazar, Cristina, 2016-17 Sarandopoulos, Amy, 2012 Scarcliff, Jamie, 2007-08 Scheider, Lori, 2002-03 Schetrom, Rachel, 2007 Schmidt, Liza, 1995 Sciberras, Candace, 2014 Sclafani, Talia, 2017 Sheppard, Ashley, 2004-07 Sheffield, Cassie, 2008-10, 12 Skinner, Sarah, 2001-04 Shorb, Shelby, 2013-14 Small, Sheree, 2011-13 Smith, Avery, 2016 Soltau, Andrea, 2004-06 Sommer, Nanette, 1996-99 Stangl, Kristen, 2003-06 Stark, Brittney, 2017 Stark, Michaela, 2016-17 Stephens, Sara, 1999-01

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Wyoming Soccer Facilities

The Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex is one of the most attractive soccer complexes in the nation. It is located a block east of the Wyoming Athletics Department, has a view of the beautiful Laramie Mountain Range to the East and is surrounded by mature pine trees. The complex seats 1,500 fans for soccer as well as for track and field. The complex is named for Louis S. Madrid, a former Wyoming track letterman who competed for the Cowboys from 1952 through 1955. Thanks to a generous gift from the Madrid estate, as well as contributions from families and fans honoring eight Wyoming track athletes that were tragically killed in a 2001 car accident, a track was constructed around the perimeter of the soccer field in the summer of 2006. The track, named the Memorial Eight Track, is named in memory of those eight track athletes. Beginning in the fall of 2006, the Louis S. Madrid Complex became the outdoor home to the Wyoming track and field team. The Madrid Complex has been friendly to the Cowgirls as they have won more than 65 games in its 17 year history. The Cowgirl soccer team now has the luxury of an indoor practice facility. In the fall of 2007, construction was completed Wyoming’s new Indoor Practice Facility, located adjacent to Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium. The field is mostly used by the Wyoming football and soccer teams but ultimately benefits all student athletes at Wyoming. The facility was constructed at a cost of $11 million, and includes approximately 80,000 square feet of practice area. The field is covered with Desso Challenge Pro 60, a state of the art artificial surface which was also installed at Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium in the summer of 2005.

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2018 Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer Fact Book  

2018 Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer Fact Book

2018 Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer Fact Book  

2018 Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer Fact Book